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BenefitPackages.com Reveals the Truth About No or Low Cost Medicare Supplement Plan Options Including Anthem Blue Cross Freedom Blue Regional PPO
Date:11/25/2009

BenefitPackages.com, California's designated Premier Partner for Anthem Blue Cross, is working to raise awareness during the November 15 - December 31 Annual Enrollment Period for seniors that allows them to enroll in a zero-cost PPO Medicare Advantage plan. Freedom Blue PPO plans from Anthem Blue Cross are available through BenefitPackages.com to eligible California seniors.

Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) November 25, 2009 -- The state of the economy, along with escalating concerns over health insurance reform, are prompting Medicare eligible to seek guidance on their Medicare Supplement plan choices. BenefitPackges.com, a leading California insurance agency, helps individuals to better understand how Medicare Advantage plans work and why Freedom Blue Regional PPO Plans are a smart choice.

In recent years, over 10 million beneficiaries, or more than 20 percent of those on Medicare, have chosen private Medicare Advantage health plans over the government's traditional fee-for-service program. "Whether you are newly eligible for Medicare, or seeking to switch your Medicare Supplement option, now is the time to learn the truth about Medicare Advantage Plans," says Larry Hurwitz, benefit consultants/owner of BenefitPackages.com Insurance Agency.

Medicare Advantage Plans are health plan options that are part of the Medicare program. If you join one of these plans, you generally get all your Medicare-covered health care through that plan. This coverage can include prescription drug coverage. Most Medicare Advantage plans are usually HMO, but a popular choice for Californians is Freedom Blue (Regional PPO) offered by Anthem Blue Cross.

Freedom Blue (Regional PPO) plans are Medicare Advantage Preferred Provider Organization plans with a Medicare contract. The advantage is that you get more from Medicare beyond basic benefits. The Freedom Blue PPO Plan's key benefits include:


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