Medicare Medical Savings Account Plan (MSA)
A Medicare health plan option made up of two parts.
One part is a Medicare MSA Health Insurance Policy with a high
deductible. The other part is a special savings account where
Medicare deposits money to help you pay your medical bills.
Religious Fraternal Benefit Society Plans
Health plans offered by a Religious Fraternal Benefit
Society for its members. Only members of the society may enroll. The
society must meet Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Medicare
requirements for this type of organization.
Private Fee-For-Service Plan
A private insurance plan that accepts Medicare
beneficiaries. You may go to any doctor or hospital you want. The
insurance plan, rather than the Medicare program, decides how much
you pay for the services you receive. You may pay more for Medicare
covered benefits. You may have extra benefits the Original Medicare
Plan doesn't cover.
Although these are options for some seniors the vast majority of
seniors have chosen the Original Medicare plan and supplemental
coverage. For more information and rates on supplemental coverage
visit our specialist site below.