Choose your personal and affordable insurance plan from 40 Medicare health plans available in Baltimore, Maryland. In Baltimore, the insurance carriers that offer the most Medicare health plans to choose from are Universal American, Cigna, and Kaiser Permanente. In total, there are 13 insurance companies providing comprehensive Medicare plans. The least expensive Medicare health plan that includes prescription drug coverage is the Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage Value Balt (HMO) plan from Kaiser Permanente. The monthly cost of this plan is $0.00.
Of the 40 Medicare plans available for Baltimore residents, 28% of them are priced at under $20.00 a month and 3 plans are at no cost to you. You can enroll in one of the 27 prescription drugs only health plans or, for a more comprehensive option, choose one of the 10 Medicare plans that include drug coverage. Shop with confidence by selecting one of the 4 Medicare health plans that have been awarded 5 stars by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Kaiser Permanente and Lasso Healthcare offer plans at no cost to you, which is helpful to those on a fixed income. Universal American has 0 plans that offer health and drug coverage and 6 drug coverage only plans, making them the carrier with the most plans available in Baltimore, MD. Is Preventative Care one of your priorities? CMS has given Kaiser Permanente 5 out of 5 stars in the “Improving or maintaining physical health” category.
With over 1000 doctors within 5 miles of the Baltimore city center (zip code 21217) that accept Medicare, choosing a practitioner close to you will be a simple task. If you select Aetna as your Medicare provider, you’ll have access to over 1208 participating doctors in Baltimore. Cigna has over 1166 doctors in their network and UnitedHealthcare follows with a network of over 1119 practitioners. Looking for a specialist? Pick from of over 541 doctors specializing in internal medicine, over 196 radiology specialists, or even over 150 pediatrics specialists who accept Medicare health plans in Baltimore.