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New to Medicare Advantage? Curious about what coverage options you are eligible for? Unclear about your eligibility for Medicare Advantage? The resources on this page offer helpful information about this tricky topic to empower you to make informed decisions about your healthcare needs.
Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C, is an alternative to traditional Medicare that offers additional benefits and services. Medicare Advantage plans are available at affordable monthly rates and some may even be available at no cost.
Many Medicare Advantage plans also offer fitness programs, wellness services, and other benefits that are not covered by traditional Medicare. It's important to carefully review the details of each plan to determine which one is best for your specific needs and budget.
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With traditional fee-for-service providers, the more patients a doctor sees, the more money the practice makes. Often, this results in doctors’ offices feeling pressured to add more patients to their roster—and spend less time with each.
At ArchWell Health, your doctor sees fewer patients more often and gets paid to keep you healthier.
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Navigating our current healthcare system can be challenging. If you have questions about coverage, Medicare.gov is a great resource.
There, you can learn all about your Medicare options and connect with experts who can answer questions about your specific coverage.