Here you will find all 2018 Medicare Advantage Plans for Vermont seniors enrolled in Medicare. Medicare Advantage Plans are government approved HMO, PPO and PFFS health insurance that replace your Original Medicare benefits.
Click on your county below to compare your plans. Plans vary from county to county, including premiums, and some rural counties may not have plans.
When and How to Enroll in a Vermont Medicare Advantage Plan
Medicare Advantage plan enrollment is only available during enrollment periods. Seniors turning age 65, and those with Medicare Disability, can use their Initial Enrollment Period (IEP). IEP is a 7-month period starting 3 months before the month of your Medicare eligibility and ending 3 months after the month of eligibility. After that you’ll enroll or make plan changes during the Annual Election Period (AEP), which starts 15 October and ends on 7 December.
Ready to enroll but not sure where to start? No problem, it’s simple! Most people use a Vermont Medicare agent to walk them through the whole process. Your agent is an expert on the plans available in your area, and can help you compare features. Agents are required to follow the selling and marketing guidelines established by Medicare. If you’d rather not go through an agent, you can visit Medicare.gov.
Related Vermont Medicare Insurance
Vermont Medicare Advantage Availability
Here’s the complete list of 2018 Medicare Advantage Plans available in Vermont:
- AARP MedicareComplete Choice
- BasiCare with Part D
- Gold PPO with Part D
- GoldValue with Part D
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Rx
- UnitedHealthcare MedicareDirect Essential
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 1
- AARP MedicareComplete
- AARP MedicareComplete Plan 2
This page was last updated on 10/14/2017.