HealthPocket Study: Medicare Advantage Cheapest Option for New Medicare Enrollee

March 2014
Insurance Broadcasting;3/26/2014, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a study by the healthcare information provider HealthPocket Inc. as of March 2014 related to Medicare advantage for Medicare enrollees in the U.S. Topics discussed include expenses associated with three main health coverage options such as medigap plan F with original Medicare and a Medicare drug plan, Medicare Advantage and original Medicare with a Medicare drug plan, monthly premium related to Medicare advantage and low costs associated with Medicare Advantage.


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