PPO Plans

A PPO Plan (Preferred Provider Organization) is a Medicare Advantage Plan with a network of doctors, hospitals, and healthcare providers for members to use. You pay less if you use healthcare services and medical facilities within the plan (aka in-network services). 

There are two types of Medicare PPO Plans: 

  • Regional PPOs: These serve a single state or a multi-state area decided by Medicare.
  • Local PPOs: These serve a single or group of counties determined and approved by Medicare.

Whichever PPO plan you choose to join, make sure they provide a maximum out-of-pocket limit for all your in-network services or a combined in-network and out-network care limit. 

Benefits of a PPO Plan

No matter which healthcare provider you choose, all your in-network services will be covered at a much lower price than out-of-network services when you join a PPO plan. So, always check that your provider has a contract with your health plan.

In short, here are some benefits provided by a PPO plan:

  • You have the freedom to choose any medical facility or health provider for your healthcare requirements.
  • You don’t (generally) need a referral to see a specialist.
  • Your insurance company can cover a portion of your out-of-network claims. 
  • Offers more flexibility than other plans like HMOs.
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What Does A PPO Plan Cover?

Prescription drugs are usually covered in PPO plans. Make sure you join a PPO Plan that provides Part D coverage, and that all of your current medications are covered by the plan. If you join a PPO Plan that does not include Prescription Drug coverage, you typically will not be able to enroll in a separate Part D plan. 

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