Original Medicare doesn't cover all the cost.

Most Americans look to the Original Medicare program for their health insurance needs when they turn 65 or become disabled. The fact is, as good as it is, Medicare alone won't cover all of your healthcare expenses. Your out-of-pocket costs for the expenses Medicare doesn't pay can add up quickly.

  • Inpatient Hospital Deductible and Copays
  • Part B Deductible
  • 20% Coinsurance
Medicare Part A
Covers you when you are
a patient in a hospital or
a skilled nursing facility
Medicare Part B
Covers doctors' services,
outpatient hospital care
and other medical services
Rely on Medicare alone and you could end up paying thousands of dollars in medical expenses out of your own pocket. That's why many Alabamians on Medicare choose a health plan from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama — to help fill costly gaps in their Medicare coverage.
Medicare
Part A
Medicare
Part B
Plus
Medicare
Part C

Comprehensive
Hospital and
Medical Insurance
Medicare
Part D

Includes a
Prescription
Drug Plan
Plus
Blue Advantage (PPO)

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A comprehensive plan that helps
to pay many out-of-pocket expenses not paid by Original Medicare.
Medicare
Part A
Medicare
Part B
Plus
Plus
C Plus

Medicare Select Plans that help pay
eligible out-of-pocket expenses
not paid by Original Medicare


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Medicare Part D
BlueRx (PDP)

A Medicare Approved Part D Plan

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Equals
C Plus and BlueRx (PDP),
the perfect combination to
cover the gaps in your
Original Medicare plan.
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