This page has all 2018 Medicare Advantage Plans for Washington D.C. Medicare beneficiaries. Medicare Advantage plans replace your Original Medicare benefits with government approved private health insurance that saves you money.
Rural counties have limited HMO and PPO plans options, and possibly none at all. Click on your county below to see and compare your options..
When and How to Enroll in a Washington D.C. Medicare Advantage Plan
There are different times that you can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan. The first time you can enroll is when you have your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). For most people, this happens when you reach age 65. After that there’s the Annual Election Period (AEP). AEP starts every year on October 15th and ends December 7th, you can enroll.
If you’re ready to enroll, but you don’t know how, you can relax. It’s easy! The simple way to get started is to contact a Washington D.C. Medicare agent. Agents must be licensed health and life insurance. They’re also local experts on the plans. For your protection, they must use Medicare’s selling and marketing rules. Your other option is to go directly to Medicare.gov.
Related Washington D.C. Medicare Insurance
- Washington D.C. Medicare Advantage Plans
- Washington D.C. Medicare Supplements
- Washington D.C. Medicare Part D Plans
Washington D.C. Medicare Advantage Availability
Here’s the complete list of 2018 Medicare Advantage Plans available in Washington D.C.:
- MedStar Medicare Choice
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus High w/o D (AB)
- Aetna Medicare Premier Plan
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Basic w/o D (AB)
- Aetna Medicare Standard Plan
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Std w/Part D (AB)
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus High w/Part D (AB)
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Basic w/D (AB)
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus Std w/o D (AB)
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage Standard DC
- Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage High DC
- Cigna-HealthSpring PreventiveCare
- Cigna-HealthSpring Preferred
This page was last updated on 10/14/2017.