The Aetna Medicare Advantage and Aetna Medicare Supplement plans are available in most, but not all, states. Health plans are sold directly on the company’s website. Phone numbers for Aetna Medicare providers can be found by searching. Aetna Medicare is an HMO, PPO plan with a Medicare contract. Our SNPs also contract state Medicaid programs.
Know About Different Medigap Plans
Aetna Medigap Plan A
Medigap’s basic plan, Plan A, only covers four benefits. Aetna Medigap Plan A may fill some gaps in your Original Medicare coverage. Using data from California, Aetna’s Plan A would cost a 65-year-old about $121 a month ($1,450 a year) at the base rate typically given to people who apply during the first application window. .
Aetna Medigap Plan B
Aetna Medigap Plan B covers an additional benefit that Plan A does not provide, namely the Medicare Part A deductible. As of 2019, this deductible is $1,364 per year. While it may be difficult to predict your hospital costs a year from now, you can rest easy knowing that your deductible and deductible are covered by Medigap Plan A. Approximately $152 per month for Plan B of Medigap coverage.
Aetna Medigap Plan C
Aetna Medicare sells Medigap Plan C in three states: New Jersey, Michigan and Vermont. Medigap Plan C covers a wider range of benefits than Plan A or B and is priced higher. In Vermont, for example, a 65-year-old man would pay about $187 a month for Aetna’s Medigap Plan C. The same person would pay $132 a month for Plan A or $166 a month for Plan B.
Aetna Medigap Plan D
Vermont residents also have the option to purchase Aetna’s Medigap Plan D. This plan covers the same benefits as Plan G, except for the additional Part B charges, which are covered only by Plans F and G. A 65-year-old Vermont resident pays approximately $168 per month for an Aetna Plan D Medigap in 2019.