PPO Plans

Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Plans are a type of Medicare Advantage Plan. They provide network coverage and are an excellent choice for many.

Network coverage

PPO Plans have a network of providers and hospitals that beneficiaries are encouraged to use. When they visit these providers, their insurance will be accepted and coverage will be granted. If the beneficiary goes outside of the network for health services, they may be responsible to pay a larger amount, if not all, of the medical bill.

Prescription drugs

Many PPO Plans include prescription drug coverage. Those enrolled in Part C are not able to enroll in Part D.

Primary care doctor

Primary care doctors are not required by PPO Plans. This is partly because PPO Plans do not require referrals to see specialists within the set network. This can save time and money, making it an excellent way to get access to needed health services.

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Still have questions?

If you’re still not sure whether a PPO Plan is right for you, make an appointment to speak with one of our professionals. We can discuss all your options and help in the decision-making process.