Medicare Plans in
Ferry County, WA

12 Medicare Advantage Plans Found in Ferry County. See Plans

Ferry County, WA
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For Ferry County’s Medicare beneficiaries, private plans like Medicare Advantage plans offer an alternative to Original Medicare and Part D plans (PDP) can work alongside your Original Medicare benefits.

Currently, 12 private Medicare plans are available in Ferry County, and coverage is provided through Medicare-approved private companies, following rules set by Medicare.

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For Ferry County’s Medicare beneficiaries, private plans like Medicare Advantage plans offer an alternative to Original Medicare, and Part D plans (PDP) can work alongside your Original Medicare benefits.

Currently, 12 private Medicare plans are available in Ferry County, and coverage is provided through Medicare-approved private companies, following rules set by Medicare.

MA plans, which are also referred to as Medicare Part C, may offer additional benefits that aren't available through Original Medicare.

Part D plans, also referred to as PDPs, cover retail prescription drugs.

Some Medicare Part C plans include coverage for prescription medications. Known as Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plans, or MAPDs, these plans offer comprehensive coverage for seniors who want to minimize their out-of-pocket costs.

Learn more about some of the Medicare plans in Ferry County, Washington, including average costs, out-of-pocket expenses and what’s involved in obtaining prescription drug coverage.

Average Cost of Medicare
Plans in Ferry County

Average Cost of Medicare Advantage Plans in Ferry County, Washington
Average Monthly Premium $27.32
Average in-network out-of-pocket spending limit $7,512.50
Average drug deductible in 2024 (weighted) $308.75
Percentage of plans rated 4 stars or higher 0.0%
Average Cost of Medicare Advantage Plans in Ferry County, Washington
Average Monthly Premium
$27.32
Average in-network out-of-pocket spending limit
$7,512.50
Average drug deductible in 2021 (weighted)
$308.75
Percentage of plans rated 4 stars or higher
0.0%

Learn More About Medicare
Prescription Drug Plans

Ferry County Medicare beneficiaries who are interested in a private Medicare policy may choose among the following types of plans, depending on their needs and circumstances:
Plan Type Description
HMO HMO enrollees typically receive services through in-network providers and must obtain referrals for visits to specialists. However, most plans permit out-of-network care in emergencies or out-of-area dialysis. HMO plans often include prescription drug coverage.
PPO Members of PPO plans can typically go in or out of network for care, including hospitalization, although visits to non-network providers may cost considerably more. Referrals are usually not needed for visits to specialists, and many PPO plans include prescription drug coverage.
PFFS Private fee-for-service plans determine how much a doctor or facility will be paid for services, and members may seek care from any in or out-of-network provider that agrees to the plan's terms. Some PFFS plans include prescription drug coverage. Otherwise, members may seek coverage for medications through standalone Medicare drug plans, which are also known as Part D plans.
SNP Special Needs Plans are designed for individuals with specific conditions or medical characteristics. Benefits such as providers and drug formularies are tailored to members' unique needs, and most care is provided by in-network physicians and facilities. SNPs are required to provide prescription drug coverage.
Plan Type and Description
HMO enrollees typically receive services through in-network providers and must obtain referrals for visits to specialists. However, most plans permit out-of-network care in emergencies or out-of-area dialysis. HMO plans often include prescription drug coverage.
Members of PPO plans can typically go in or out of network for care, including hospitalization, although visits to non-network providers may cost considerably more. Referrals are usually not needed for visits to specialists, and many PPO plans include prescription drug coverage.
Private fee-for-service plans determine how much a doctor or facility will be paid for services, and members may seek care from any in or out-of-network provider that agrees to the plan's terms. Some PFFS plans include prescription drug coverage. Otherwise, members may seek coverage for medications through standalone Medicare drug plans, which are also known as Part D plans.
Special Needs Plans are designed for individuals with specific conditions or medical characteristics. Benefits such as providers and drug formularies are tailored to members' unique needs, and most care is provided by in-network physicians and facilities. SNPs are required to provide prescription drug coverage.

Some beneficiaries may be eligible for standalone prescription drug plans. Otherwise known as a PDP or Part D plan, a standalone prescription drug plan adds coverage for prescription medications to Original Medicare and some PFFS plans. It’s important to note that some MA plans, such as HMOs, may disenroll members who sign up for a separate drug plan.

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Medicare Advantage Plans

Molina Healthcare, Inc.,

Molina Healthcare, Inc., Medicare Plans in Ferry County, WA

The following table includes cost information and other plan details for Molina Healthcare, Inc., private Medicare plans available in Washington in 2024.

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Plan Name Plan Code Monthly Premium Deductible Out of
Pocket Max
Prescription Drug Coverage Medicare
Star Rating
Molina Medicare Choice Care (HMO) H5823: 012 $0 $0 $7,000 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Molina Medicare Complete Care Select (HMO D-SNP) H5823: 010 $33 $0 $8,850 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Molina Medicare Complete Care (HMO D-SNP) H5823: 006 $33 $0 $8,850 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Health Plans, Inc.

Wellcare Health Plans, Inc. Medicare Plans in Ferry County, WA

The following table includes cost information and other plan details for Wellcare Health Plans, Inc. private Medicare plans available in Washington in 2024.

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Plan Name Plan Code Monthly Premium Deductible Out of
Pocket Max
Prescription Drug Coverage Medicare
Star Rating
Wellcare No Premium (HMO) H1353: 005 $0 $150 $6,300 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Mutual of Omaha No Premium Open (PPO) H5965: 002 $0 $100 $6,700 Yes
Not enough data available
Wellcare Patriot Giveback Open (PPO) H5965: 003 $0 N/A $4,000 No
Not enough data available
Wellcare Dual Access Open (PPO D-SNP) H5965: 004 $0 $0 $8,850 Yes
Not enough data available
Wellcare Dual Access (HMO D-SNP) H1353: 002 $0 $0 $8,850 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Dual Liberty (HMO D-SNP) H1353: 004 $0 $0 $8,850 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Giveback (HMO) H1353: 006 $0 $440 $8,300 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Assist (HMO) H1353: 007 $14 $545 $6,900 Yes
2.5 out of 5
Wellcare Mutual of Omaha Low Premium Open (PPO) H5965: 005 $29 $0 $6,700 Yes
Not enough data available