No. Each Medicare Advantage Plan is different. All plans must cover at least all the services that are provided under Part A and Part B. Medicare Advantage Plans can charge different deductibles, offer co-payments (for instance $30 per office visit), or various co-insurance terms (such as 20 percent of the procedure cost). Some Medicare Advantage plans have a limit on how much you can spend in a year. Medicare Advantage plans may also offer additional services such as dental, vision, hearing and fitness programs.
These plans have a network of doctors, facilities and hospitals. You need to review the network to ensure that your doctor or hospital is in your network.
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