By focusing on preventive care and wellness, we can work together to help you avoid illness and stay well. Prevea360 Medicare Advantage members receive preventive screenings and other valuable services, at no additional cost when using an in-network provider*.
Medicare Advantage (MA) health plans, also calledPart C plans, combine Original Medicare (Parts A and B) and often Part D into one plan with a network of providers. In addition to services covered by Original Medicare (Parts A and B), your MA plan may provide many other health care services at no additional cost to you. To see the added services we provide you at no additional cost, visit our 2022 extra benefits page and 2023 extra benefits page.
Medicare Part A covers care at hospitals and other facilities. You typically pay a deductible and coinsurance and/or copayments.
Part A insurance covers things like:
In general, Medicare Part B covers your outpatient (office-based) medical care.
Part B insurance covers things like:
Medicare Part D covers most of your medications and some vaccinations. There are times when you will need to use your Part B coverage for prescriptions, vaccinations and other items at the pharmacy.
Part D insurance covers things like:
Learn more about Medicare and Medicare insurance coverage at medicare.gov.
Welcome to Medicare visit
As soon as you enroll in Medicare Part B, you can schedule your welcome to Medicare visit. This visit is covered at no cost to you by Medicare.
During this visit, your primary care physician (PCP) will record your medical history and check your vision, blood pressure, and weight and height to measure your body mass index (BMI).
This visit is also a great way to get up-to-date on important screenings and shots and to talk with your doctor about your family’s medical history and ways to manage your health.
All preventive services are listed in your Evidence of Coverage. See the Medical Benefits chart in Chapter 4, Section 2.1.
You will see an apple listed next to the preventive services in the benefits chart.
Non-preventive care is care given to manage chronic or acute (sudden) illness.
Non-preventive care received at your PCP's office will have a $0 copay. Many other non-preventive services will have out-of-pocket costs (copays). Examples include, but are not limited to:
Telehealth can be used to assess your risk for certain health conditions. It may also be used for your annual preventive visit or for other appointments if you do not need lab work or vaccines.
Telehealth annual preventive visits should be done using audio and visual technology (a smart phone or computer).
Talk with your PCP and ask if a telehealth appointment is right for you.