The state of Utah is among the healthiest, as a Gallup poll showed that it ranked as one of the top 10 states for well-being from 2011-2015. Among Utah’s nearly 2.96 million people, living in 29 counties, there are 340,982 Medicare enrollees. This includes 116,912 with Medicare Advantage, while 110,507 have plans with Part D prescription drug coverage.
When it comes to Medicare Advantage in Utah, United Healthcare provides coverage to 45 percent of all beneficiaries, the most among all insurers. But there are approximately 40 other carriers available, including: Molina Healthcare of Utah, New West Health Services, QCC Insurance Company and Summacare Inc.
There are multiple plan types for Medicare Advantage in Utah. Among these are: HMOs and HMO-POS plans (covering in- and out-of-network providers); PPOs; PFFS (Private Fee-for-Service) plans; and Medicare Savings Account (MSA) plans. Utah also offers Special Needs Plans (SNPs) for eligible enrollees.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, in 2018,254,031 residents enrolled in Original Medicare and 135,734 residents enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan.
Within Utah, the top-rated Medicare Advantage plans are those from Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Healthcare. For any Medicare-related questions, call the Utah Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP), at (800) 541-7735.
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