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Statistics About The Average Monthly Cost Of Medicare Advantage Plans

The average monthly cost of Medicare Advantage plans is around $23-$148, depending on plan type and location.

In this post, we explore the average monthly costs associated with Medicare Advantage plans, based on a range of statistics from different states and years. From significant decreases in premiums to variations in costs by plan type and location, understanding the financial aspects of Medicare Advantage can shed light on the options available to beneficiaries. Let’s delve into the data to uncover insights into the evolving landscape of Medicare Advantage plan costs.

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"The average monthly premium for Medicare Advantage plans was about $30 in 2020."

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"The average monthly premium for Medicare Advantage plans fell by $29.02 in Florida in 2020."

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"In 2020, the average monthly premium for Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans was around $23.63."

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"It is estimated that the average premium for Medicare Advantage plans was 14% lower in 2019 compared to 2018."

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"In 2020, individuals in D-SNP ( Medicare Advantage plans that restrict enrollment to people who have specific diseases or characteristics) paid an average monthly premium of $29.38."

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"The average cost for Medicare Advantage Plans in North Carolina in 2019 was about $23/month."

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"For 2020, 60% of Medicare Advantage enrollees paid no premium (other than the Part B premium), although premiums can be as much as $100 or more per month."

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"Premiums for Medicare Advantage PPOs were about $45 per month on average in 2020."

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"The lowest average monthly premium for Medicare Advantage was encountered in Washington, D.C., at $13 in 2019."

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"In 2021, the average monthly Medicare Advantage premium is expected to be 11% lower than in 2020 and the lowest in the past 13 years."

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"For 2021, 96% of people with Medicare have access to a Medicare Advantage plan."

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"In 2019, the regional PPOs available nationwide charged an average premium of $35 per month."

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"In 2021, the average monthly premium for a Medicare Advantage plan was lower than it had been in over a decade, at just $21."

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"Almost half of Medicare Advantage plans offered in 2019 had no premium."

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"In 2021, more than 94% of Medicare beneficiaries have access to at least one zero-premium Medicare Advantage plan."

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"In 2021, the average monthly premium for available Medicare Advantage plans is $21, down from $23.63 in 2020."

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"In 2021, people with Medicare in Florida, for example, have access to 303 Medicare Advantage plans and the average monthly premium is just $7.37."

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"In 2021, the average premium for all types of Medicare Advantage plans is about $34 per month."

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In conclusion, the statistics reveal a consistent trend of decreasing average monthly premiums for Medicare Advantage plans over the years, with notable reductions in various states and specific types of plans. The data suggests a positive outlook for beneficiaries, as lower premiums and increased access to zero-premium plans are apparent in 2021. These findings indicate a promising landscape for individuals seeking affordable healthcare coverage through Medicare Advantage plans.

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