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  • HAP Senior Plus (HMO)

    Option 0 | H2354-015 | 2019
    $0 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,800
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $10
    Specialist office visit:
    $40 copay
  • HAP Primary Choice Medicare (HMO)

    | H2354-024 | 2019
    $0 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,300
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $0
    Specialist office visit:
    $30 copay
  • HAP Senior Plus Medical Only (HMO)

    Option 1 | H2354-019 | 2019
    $0 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    No
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,000
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $0
    Specialist office visit:
    $20 copay
  • HAP Senior Plus (PPO)

    Option 1 | H2322-011 | 2019
    $15 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0 (In network)
    $275 (Out of network)
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $5,500
    (In network)
    $7,000
    (Combined)
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $25 copay
    (In network)
    30% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)
    Specialist office visit:
    $50 copay
    (In network)
    30% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)
  • HAP Empowered Duals (HMO SNP)

    | H2354-025 | 2019
    $0-$32.90 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    Part B Deductible
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $6,700
    Primary doctor office visit:
    20%
    Specialist office visit:
    20%
  • HAP Senior Plus (HMO-POS)

    Option 1 | H2354-020 | 2019
    $45 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $200
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,500
    (In network)
    $4,500
    (Combined)
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $20 copay
    (In network)
    20% up to $800
    (Out of network)
    Specialist office visit:
    $30 copay
    (In network)
    20% up to $800
    (Out of network)
  • HAP Senior Plus (PPO)

    Option 2 | H2322-012 | 2019
    $55 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0 (In network)
    $100 (Out of network)
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $5,000
    (In network)
    $7,000
    (Combined)
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $20 copay
    (In network)
    25% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)
    Specialist office visit:
    $40 copay
    (In network)
    25% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)
  • HAP Senior Plus Henry Ford Tiered Access (HMO)

    Option 2 | H2354-018 | 2019
    $65 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,500
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $0 copay - Tier 1
    $35 copay - Tier 2
    Specialist office visit:
    $30 copay - Tier 1
    $50 copay - Tier 2
  • HAP Senior Plus (HMO-POS)

    Option 2 | H2354-021 | 2019
    $75 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $75
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,200
    (In network)
    $4,200
    (Combined)
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $15 copay
    (In network)
    20% Up to $1,000
    (Out of network)
    Specialist office visit:
    $25 copay
    (In network)
    20% Up to $1,000
    (Out of network)
  • HAP Senior Plus (PPO)

    Option 3 | H2322-008 | 2019
    $118 per month
    in addition to your Medicare premiums
    Star rating (out of 5):
    3.5
    Fitness benefits:
    Yes
    Prescription coverage:
    Yes
    Part A and Part B deductibles: Medicare Part A helps cover hospital inpatient care. If you’ve been employed and paid Medicare taxes, you likely won’t have to pay a premium for Part A coverage. Medicare Part B helps cover things such as doctor visits, outpatient services and preventive care. You’ll pay a monthly premium if you want Part B coverage.
    $0 (In network)
    $100 (Out of network)
    Maximum out-of-pocket cost: The amount you pay for services, medications and medical supplies. This includes copays, deductibles and coinsurance for covered services, as well as all costs for services that are not covered.
    $4,500
    (In network)
    $6,500
    (Combined)
    Primary doctor office visit:
    $15 copay
    (In network)
    25% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)
    Specialist office visit:
    $35 copay
    (In network)
    25% Coinsurance
    (Out of network)

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CMS Accepted: 10/1/18

* Premium for male nonsmoker at age 65. For additional premiums, contact HAP.

Out-of-network/non-contracted providers are under no obligation to treat HAP members, except in emergency situations. For a decision about whether we will cover an out-of-network service, we encourage you or your provider to ask us for a pre-service organization determination before you receive the service. Please call our customer service number or see your Evidence of Coverage for more information, including the cost-sharing that applies to out-of-network services.

HAP Senior Plus (HMO)/(HMO-POS)/(PPO) and HAP Primary Choice Medicare (HMO) are health plans with Medicare contracts. HAP Empowered Duals (HMO SNP) is a Medicare health plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the Michigan Medicaid Program. Enrollment in the plans depends on contract renewals. HAP Senior Plus (PPO) is a product of Alliance Health and Life Insurance company, a wholly owned subsidiary of HAP.

This information is not a complete description of benefits. For more information call Medicare Michigan customer service at (800) 868-9885 (TTY: 711) 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week (Oct. 1 – March 31) / 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday (April 1 - Sept. 30).

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