Medicare Plus Choice (medicare Part C)

Definition of "Medicare plus choice (medicare part c)"

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Part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 that permits medicare recipients to select coverage among various private health care plans to include HMOS, PPOS, POINT-of-SERVICE (POS), MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS (MSA) fee-for-service plans, and provider-sponsored plans. These plans will receive a per capita payment per enrollee from the federal government, and the plans have the option to charge the enrollees a monthly premium. Persons who are eligible for Medicare Part A and are enrolled in Medicare Part B are eligible for enrollment in either the traditional Medicare program or this new Medicare Part C program. Each November, the health care financing administration will conduct open enrollment periods so that persons may select the type of health care program in which they wish to participate.

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