Residents of the State of Colorado have approximately 40 different carriers to choose from when enrolling in a Medicare Advantage or Part D prescription drug plan. Of the different, big-named carriers that offer coverage in the state like Horizon, Humana, Highmark, Coventry, BCBS and UHC to name just a few, Erickson Advantage and Kaiser Permanente are considered the best in 2016, with each getting 5/5 stars.
Most counties in Colorado offer ten or less different plans to its residents, however the larger counties such as Douglas, Denver, Adams and Boulder counties offer between 30 and 40 different types of plans.
According to U.S. News & World Report, the best Medicare Advantage plan in Colorado in 2017 is Kaiser Permanente, which has 5/5 stars.
Of the more than 800,000 seniors who are eligible for a Medicare plan, approximately 37% opt for a HMO, PPO or PFFS (Private-Fee-for-Service) Medicare Advantage plan.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, in 2018, 586,694 residents enrolled in Original Medicare and 324,951 residents enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan.
Additionally, the State of Colorado offers a Medicare Savings Programs (MSP) for its residents that helps lower-income seniors pay for their Medicare premiums and other out-of-pocket financial requirements. The state offers four different types of MSP programs for different income levels and residents should apply for the appropriate program with the Colorado Department of Human Services.
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