What Does Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) Cost?
Medicare Advantage plans combine all of your Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B coverage, along with other benefits, too, such as vision, dental, and hearing. They usually bundle prescription drug coverage (which is typically available separately as Medicare Part D).
They can structured as Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) or Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), as well as in many other ways.
Since the Medicare Advantage Plan benefits are unique to each plan, premiums and costs vary substantially. You’ll want to do research to find the plan in your area that best fits your needs.
As a holder of Medicare Part C plan you must continue paying your Medicare Part B premiums. Medicare Part C policies provides the same benefits as Medicare Part A and B policies, but can also cover vision, dental, hearing, and prescription drugs. Policy prices vary by area providers and the type of policy chosen.