Medicare Advantage Changes and New Benefits: What You Should Consider Now
Louis W. Pierro, Esq.
Founding Partner, Pierro, Connor & Strauss
Vice President, Government Programs, CDPHP
January 13, 2024
Hosts: Louis Pierro and Special Guest Alicia Kelley, Vice President of Government Programs, CDPHP
With Medicare’s annual election period behind us, now is the time for seniors currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan to make changes. What’s new in 2024 for these health insurance benefits? How do you compare plans?
On this Life Happens Radio episode, Lou Pierro welcomes back Alicia Kelley, Vice President for Government Business at CDPHP. She will fill you in on what is covered and how Advantage Plans work, along with changes that may be pivotal in determining benefits for doctor visits, emergency and urgent care, prescription drugs and dental, vision and wellness programs.
For instance, Part D is undergoing an overhaul in 2025 in maximum out-of-pocket expenses. And as you’ll hear from Alicia, several large national insurance carriers in New York are leaving large provider groups and hospitals: why is this happening and what should you do if you have an HMO or PPO program?
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