Benefits at a glance

The Summary of Benefits booklet doesn’t give you all the information about the plan, but it’s an easier way to get an idea of what services we cover and how much we pay.

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Help with prescription plans

Are you worried about the price of your health plan if you need one that covers prescriptions? You aren’t alone. The Low Income Subsidy Program offers help paying premiums on prescriptions drug plans to qualified members. See what you could be paying with the Low Income Subsidy Program and if you qualify.

Read more about the Low Income Subsidy Program

Special Benefit: Silver & Fit Program

Stay fit at home or at the gym with the Silver & Fit Program. Meet new people, participate in challenges, and earn rewards while you get exercise to keep you active and healthy.

Explore Silver & Fit

Is this plan for you?

When choosing a Medicare plan, make sure you pick one that works for your budget, your preferred providers, where you live, and your health needs. The following documents and links will help you understand the plan’s coverage so you can get the most out of your Medicare. You will need Adobe Acrobat to open the documents on this page. Download it now for free.


Covered services and cost

The Evidence of Coverage lays out coverage and payment details for different services, including copayments, coinsurance, limitations, prior authorizations, and deductibles.

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Prescription coverage

This plan does not include prescription drug coverage.


Providers and care facilities 

Our directories will let you know which primary care providers, vision providers, specialists, care facilities, and pharmacies are in our network. You can use our online provider directory or download a PDF to check.

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I had this plan last year. Will anything change in 2019?

That’s a great question. Any changes to the plan are detailed in the Annual Notice of Change (ANOC).

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Medicare Enrollment

You can enroll in a Medicare plan if you are turning 65 or if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Our Medicare experts are available to answer any questions or discuss your plan options.

How to Enroll  I Have Questions