Nevada Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Medicare PPO
With a Medicare Advantage PPO plan from Anthem, you’re free to be choosy about which doctors and hospitals you want to visit without referrals and – you’re free to reap even greater savings when you access our robust network of quality providers.
What are the advantages of an Anthem Medicare Advantage PPO plan?
The great advantage of an Anthem Medicare Advantage PPO plan is that you have the flexibility of seeking care either within the network at a modest cost to you or out-of-network at an additional cost. It’s your choice.
Plus – you’ll have access to hundreds of preventive and wellness programs, discounts on products and services and tools and kits that can help educate and guide you about ways to live healthier.
Got a great doctor?
You can keep it that way. Finding a great doctor can often take years of trying. We know how important it is to find (and stay with) a doctor you trust. That’s what’s great about our PPO – you have the freedom to choose any doctor whether they’re in or out-of our network. And, if you’re in the market for a new doctor, you’ll be happy to know that you’ll find thousands of extremely qualified physicians with established practices and high levels of credentials right in our network. Provider Finder
Part D (Prescription Drug) Coverage is included.
As a member of a Medicare Advantage PPO from Anthem, you are automatically enrolled in Medicare Part D, Medicare’s prescription drug coverage. So you won’t need to enroll in a separate Part D plan. Drug Search
What are the costs?
In most cases, you’ll be responsible for no monthly premium and no copayment when you see a doctor (except for specialists and out of network doctor visits). You must also continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium if not otherwise paid for under Medicaid or by another third-party. If you choose to use out-of-network providers, you can expect to pay more for these services.
Let’s check to see if you’re eligible.
You’re eligible for an Anthem Medicare Advantage PPO plan if you’re entitled to Medicare Part A and enrolled in Medicare Part B and live in the service area (Clark and Washoe counties). However, individuals with End-Stage Renal Disease are generally not eligible to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan.
We’ll help you choose which Medicare Advantage PPO plan is right for you.
Take a look! We’ve made it easy for you to compare coverage and rates.
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Questions? Need help? Call Rick Plata at 1-888-235-8060
Providers & Existing Members Call 1-866-754-3077
Annual Enrollment Period October 15 – December 7