Advantra Medicare PlansAdvantra Medicare is a subsidiary of Coventry Health Care. Advantra combines Medicare Part A and Part B while offering Part D coverage. Depending on the county and plan, Advantra offers dental, vision and hearing added benefits. Advantra Medicare offers Health Maintenance Organization plans, Preferred Provider Organization plans and Point-of-Service plans. Advantra is available to those who live in selected counties in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Most plans offer little to no monthly plan premiums. The type of plans and the cost of premiums and co-pays vary upon where the beneficiary lives. Those who are eligible for Advantra's Medicare Advantage Plans have both Medicare Part A and Part B, if they live in selected counties of the states listed above and do not have permanent kidney failure.
Medicare Advantage HMO
Members within Advantra's HMO Plan must use in-network doctors, specialists and hospitals with an exception for emergency care situations. These plans include coverages for vision, dental and hearing services, prevention health screenings as well as fitness club memberships.
Medicare Advantage PPO
Members within Advantra's PPO Plan may use doctors, specialists and hospitals of their choice but may have to pay more and special rules may apply. These plans include coverages for vision, dental and hearing services, prevention health screenings as well as fitness club memberships.
Medicare Advantage PDP- Advantra Rx
This is a prescription drug benefit which can be purchased by itself without having to purchase Medicare Advantage HMO or PPO.
Medicare Advantage POS
Members within Advantra's Point-of-Service Plan may use doctors, specialists and hospitals of their choice but may have to pay more and special rules may apply.