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2015 Nevada Medicare Advantage Plans

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Aetna Medicare Select (HMO MAPD)
Aetna Medicare Select (PPO MAPD)
Aetna Medicare Choice (PPO MAPD)
Aetna Medicare Select Plus (PPO MAPD)

Aetna Plan List
Plan Name Plan Type Plan Details Application Premium
Medicare Select HMO MAPD Benefit Summary Download app $0
Available in: Clark County only
Medicare Choice PPO MAPD Benefit Summary Download app $39
Available in: Clark County only
Medicare Select PPO MAPD Benefit Summary Download app $90
Available in: Clark County only
Medicare Select Plus PPO MAPD Benefit Summary Download app $139
Available in: Clark County only

Important details and dates

  • You must be enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B and live in the plan's service area to be eligible for these plans.
  • You are first eligible during the 7–month Initial Coverage Enrollment Period (ICEP), the 3 months before your 65th birthday, the month of, and 3 months after. CAUTION: You only have one choice so take your time, ask for help and choose wisely.
  • You are also eligible during the Annual Election Period (AEP) which is from Oct.15 to Dec.7. You can change as many times as you want. The last change received by CMS prevails.
  • You have an opportunity to disenroll from your plan and return to Original Medicare and purchase a Part D Prescription Drug Plan during the new Annual Disenrollment Period from Jan 1 to Feb 14.
  • You must continue to pay your Medicare Part B premium in addition to any plan premium shown above.
  • You may be eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) if you reside in a nursing home, join a Special Needs Plan (SNP), move outside the plan's service area, the plan leaves your area, or other special situations.

Aetna Medicare Select HMO is a Medicare Advantage Health Maintenance Organization plan that offers broad coverage. Benefits include prescription drug coverage, no or an affordable monthly premium, choice of primary care physician in the plan network, and affordable copayments for doctor visits and annual routine physicals. (Available in Clark County)

Aetna Medicare Select PPO is a Medicare Advantage Preferred Provider Organization plan that gives you freedom to choose which doctors, specialists, and hospitals you visit. Benefits include affordable monthly plan premiums, referral free visits to specialists, prescription drug coverage, and emergency coverage anywhere in the world. (Available in Clark County)

Aetna Medicare Plan (HMO)

Aetna Medicare Plan (HMO) is an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan HMO that gives you access to tens of thousands of network doctors nationwide. This generally allows you to get more benefits for less money than Original Medicare for most services.

In many areas, our network is so large that it’s likely to include your current doctors and hospitals. To see a full list of doctors and hospitals in our network, click on the Provider link.

Other Aetna Medicare Advantage plan features include:  

  • Predictable out-of-pocket costs
  • No referrals necessary for covered services with our Open Access HMO plans in select areas 
  • Coverage for most Part D prescription drugs when you choose an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan with Prescription Drug coverage ("MAPD"). For information about our Aetna Medicare prescription drug plan quality assurance procedures (such as quantity limits and medication therapy management), please refer to Prescriptions link.
  • A plan premium that can be hundreds of dollars less than a Medicare supplement plan
  • $0 copays for preventive care, including routine physicals and annual screenings (some group plans for retirees may have copays)
  • $0 copay for each Medicare-covered HIV screening (one HIV screening exam every 12 months; up to three screening exams during a pregnancy)
  • Fitness center benefits, including a gym membership, at no extra cost (not offered in all plans)
  • Allowances for hearing aids and eyewear (not offered in all plans)

Aetna Medicare Plan (PPO)

The Aetna Medicare Plan (PPO) is an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan (PPO) that gives all the benefits of an HMO, plus the flexibility to visit doctors in or out of network for a low monthly plan premium, in addition to your Medicare Part B premium.

Other Aetna Medicare Advantage Plan features include:

  • Predictable out-of-pocket costs
  • Coverage for most Part D prescription drugs when you choose an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan with Prescription Drug coverage ("MAPD"). For information about our Aetna Medicare prescription drug plan quality assurance procedures (such as quantity limits and medication therapy management), please refer to Prescriptions link.
  • $0 copays for preventive care, including routine physicals and annual screenings (some group plans for retirees may have copays)
  • $0 copay for each Medicare-covered HIV screening (one HIV screening exam every 12 months; up to three screening exams during a pregnancy)
  • No referrals necessary to see doctors or specialists in or out of network for covered services
  • You are not required to select a primary care physician (PCP), although you are encouraged to do so. You will pay the lower primary doctor copay only if you select a PCP and notify Aetna Medicare of your choice.
  • Fitness benefits, including a gym membership, at no extra cost (available with some Aetna Medicare plans)
  • Allowances for hearing aids and eyewear  (available with some Aetna Medicare plans)

Plans are offered by Aetna Health Inc., Aetna Health of California Inc., and/or Aetna Life Insurance Company (Aetna). A Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract. This material is for informational purposes only. See plan documents for a complete description of benefits, exclusions, limitations and conditions of coverage.

You must be entitled to Medicare Part A and continue to pay your Part B premium and Part A, if applicable. It may cost more to get care from out-of-network providers, except in an emergency. Precertification, or prior approval of coverage, is requested for certain services. Providers must be licensed and eligible to receive payment under the federal Medicare program. Benefits, formulary, pharmacy network, premium and/or copayments/coinsurance may change on January 1, 2014.