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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is AgeRight Advantage?

A: AgeRight Advantage is a private insurance company offering Medicare Advantage HMO Special Needs Plans.

Q: What are Medicare Advantage HMO Special Needs Plans?

A: Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plans, sometimes referred to as SNPs, are a type of Medicare Advantage Plan offered by private insurance companies and approved by Medicare. SNPs have benefits designed for members with specific care needs. Benefits include all services covered by Original Medicare Parts A, B and D, plus they may offer additional supplemental benefits.

Q: What is Original Medicare?

A: Original Medicare is health coverage provided by the federal government. Coverage is limited to care from providers such as hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, hospice services, or home health care.

Q: Why should someone enroll in AgeRight Advantage?

A: AgeRight Advantage Members receive more benefits than those covered only by Original Medicare. Each Member receives personalized care coordinated by their Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant and an assigned care team.

Contact a AgeRight Advantage Representative or our Call Center at 1-844-854-6885 (TTY 711) to learn if you or a loved one is eligible to enroll.

Q: Who can enroll in AgeRight Advantage?

A: AgeRight offers three different Special Needs Plans.

  1. AgeRight Advantage Health Plan (HMO I-SNP) is designed for people who live in a skilled nursing, assisted living, or memory care facility.
  2. AgeRight Advantage Health Plan Plus (HMO I-SNP) is designed for people who live in a skilled nursing, assisted living, or memory care facility.
  3. AgeRight Advantage Health Plan Premier (HMO C-SNP) is designed for people who live with certain chronic conditions.
Q: I have ESRD. Am I eligible to enroll in an AgeRight Advantage Special Needs Plan?

A: Yes! AgeRight Avantage Plans cover members with ESRD.

Q: Who can enroll a Member?

A: You can enroll yourself or an authorized representative such as a guardian or other legal representative may enroll you. A family member may help you to enroll.

Q: Who can help me enroll?

A: A family member or friend may help you enroll. A local AgeRight Advantage Representative is also available to assist you. Call 1-844-854-6885  (TTY 711) to speak to a AgeRight Advantage Representative.

Q: How do I enroll in AgeRight Advantage?
A: There are three different ways to enroll in a AgeRight Advantage.
  1. Call the Call Center at 1-844-854-6885 (TTY 711)
  2. Enroll online, or
  3. If you live in a Nursing Home or Assisted Living Facility, contact your admissions team to request a meeting with an AgeRight Advantage Representative.
Q: What information do I need to enroll?

A: Basic personal information is needed for enrollment, such as date of birth, social security number, Medicare and Medicaid numbers (as applicable), name of the primary care physician, and any responsible party’s contact information.

Q: Where can I get a complete list of in-network providers for AgeRight Advantage?
Q: Who can I call with questions about AgeRight Advantage?

A: AgeRight Advantage Representative is always ready to answer your questions. If you do not already have a representative, contact the Call Center at 1-844-854-6885 (TTY 711).

Q: I have Original Medicare and a Medicare Supplement plan. Can I enroll in AgeRight Advantage?

A: Yes! Contact the Call Center at 1-844-854-6885 (TTY 711) to speak with a AgeRight Advantage Representative. We will work with you to find the AgeRight Advantage Plan that best meets your needs.

Q: Can a person enrolled in another Medicare Advantage plan join the AgeRight Advantage Plan?

A: Yes! They may change plans. Contact an AgeRight Advantage Representative or the Call Center at 1-844-854-6885 (TTY 711) for assistance.

Q: What happens to a person’s existing Medicare Advantage plan when they enroll in an AgeRight Advantage Health Plan?

A: When a person enrolls in AgeRight Advantage, they are automatically disenrolled from an existing Medicare Advantage plan.