Blue Cross Medicare Options
You have a choice when it comes to your Medicare health coverage through Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, a Division of Health Care Service Corporation. You can choose from our Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans*.
Part vs Plan
When you’re learning about Medicare, you may see a lot about ‘Parts’ and ‘Plans.’ For instance, you may read about Part A or Plan A. The two are different, but they are easy to separate. Here’s what you need to remember:
Medicare also has plans that are not identified by letters. These plans include Blue Cross MedicareRx and Blue Cross Medicare Advantage. Blue Cross MedicareRx offers Basic, Value and Plus plans. Blue Cross Medicare Advantage offers HMO and PPO plans.
Blue Cross Medicare Advantage Plans
The Blue Cross Medicare Advantage plans offer all-in-one options that cover medical and prescription drugs.
Blue Cross MedicareRx
Blue Cross MedicareRx helps you cover your outpatient prescription drug costs.
Blue Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans offer simple options that help you pay some costs not covered by Original Medicare.
Plan A: UWMSP(A)-2010, Plan F: UWMSP(F)-2010, Plan High Deductible F: UWMSP(F-HD)-2010, Plan G: UWMSP(G)-2010, Plan K: UWMSP(K)-2010, Plan L: UWMSP(L)-2010, Plan N: UWMSP(N)-2010, Medicare Select Plan F: UWMSP-SEL(F)-2010, Medicare Select Plan G: UWMSP-SEL(G)-2010, Medicare Select Plan K: UWMSP-SEL(K)-2010, Medicare Select Plan L: UWMSP-SEL(L)-2010, Medicare Select Plan N: UWMSP-SEL(N)-2010.
Benefits and premiums under this policy may be suspended for up to 24 months if you become entitled to benefits under Medicaid. You must request that your policy be suspended within 90 days of becoming entitled to Medicaid. If you lose (are no longer entitled to) benefits from Medicaid, this policy can be reinstated if you request reinstatement within 90 days of the loss of such benefits and pay the required premium.