2013 Coordinated Benefits Plan (HMO) - Plan Summary
The Healthfirst Coordinated Benefits Plan (HMO) is a Medicare Advantage Only plan. This means the Coordinated Benefits Plan does not include prescription drug coverage (also known as “Medicare Part D”).
The Coordinated Benefits Plan is a good choice for Medicare beneficiaries who do not need prescription drug coverage, or who receive prescription drug coverage from sources other than Medicare Part D (e.g., Veterans’ Administration).
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For some Healthfirst plans, you will need to make a monthly payment (or “premium”) to stay insured. It’s important to make all payments on time. You can make payments online, by phone, or at any Healthfirst office in your neighborhood.
I still have questions. I’m not sure if I can get the Coordinated Benefits Plan.
We’re here to help! If you do not qualify for our Medicare Coordinated Benefits Plan, you may be eligible for another Healthfirst health insurance plan. Contact a Healthfirst representative to ask questions and pick the best health plan for you.
Healthfirst Medicare Plan is a Coordinated Care plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the New York Medicaid program.
H3359_MKT13_17 CMS Approved 11152012
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