• Medicare Advantage Plans in North Carolina: 2020 Plans

    Medicare Advantage, or Medicare Part C are Medicare supplement plans that are sold by private companies with the approval of state and federal regulators and must follow the same guidelines as standard Medicare. Depending on where you live, the options available to you may vary. Clear Spring Health is here to help you find what options are available to you, based on where you live.

    Find Plans based on your Zip Code

    Medicare Eligibility in North Carolina

    In North Carolina, U.S. citizens can qualify for Medicare if they meet the following requirements:

    • People aged 65 and older.
    • People who have been diagnosed with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).
    • People who are eligible for and/or receive Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board disability benefits.

    NC Medicare Advantage Plan Resources

    Medicare Advantage Plan Availabilities by County

    Medicare Advantage plans vary depending on where you live and what plans are available in your area. You can see a full list of available options by county on the NC Department of Insurance website.

    You can also use Clear Spring Health’s simple-to-use Zip code lookup to find plans available to you.

    Look up Medicare Advantage Plans by Zip code

    Your Medicare Advantage Plan Summary of Benefits will depend on the type of plan you have. You can find your plan and its corresponding summary of benefits on the NC Department of Insurance website.

    2020 Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Part D) in North Carolina

    Medicare Part D provides optional prescription drug coverage to everyone with Medicare. Joining a prescription drug coverage plan when you’re first eligible can prevent you from having to pay a late enrollment penalty should you decide to sign up at a later date.

    In 2020 North Carolinians have access to 28 different Medicare Part D plans across 11 different providers. Clear Spring Health offers two different Part D plans.

    Learn more about Clear Spring Health’s North Carolina Prescription Drug Plans

    Getting Help with Medicare in North Carolina

    Whether you’re having difficulty understanding the terms, need a hand with choosing a plan that fits your needs, or just want to find assistance in paying for your Medicare, help is available to you. Below you’ll find local North Carolina resources that can help you with most Medicare problems.

    If you’re a Medicare beneficiary or a caregiver and have questions about Medicare Advantage plans (Part C), Medicare Part D, or long-term care insurance, you can contact the NC chapter of Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP). SHIIP also assists with Medicare billing questions. SHIIP counselors are not licensed insurance agents and they do not sell or endorse any Medicare plans, products, or companies. Contact North Carolina SHIIP.

    North Carolina Medicare Advantage Facts

    Did you know that 1,972,205 beneficiaries in North Carolina are enrolled in Medicare? Here are some little-known facts about Medicare in North Carolina.

    • 100 percent of people with Medicare have access to a Medicare Advantage plan
    • 117 Medicare Advantage plans are available
    • 28 stand-alone Medicare prescription drug plans are available
    • All Medicare beneficiaries have access to a Medicare prescription drug plan (Medicare Part D, or PDP)

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    Last Updated on October 13, 2020, 12:10 am CDT

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    Clear Spring Health has a contract with Medicare to offer PPO, HMO, and PDP Plans. Eon Health has a contract with the Georgia Medicaid program and a contract with the South Carolina Medicaid program. Enrollment in these plans depends on contract renewal.

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