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2022 Medicare Advantage Plan Benefit Details for the AARP MedicareComplete Plan 1 (HMO)

2022 Medicare Advantage Plan Details
Medicare Plan Name:AARP Medicare Advantage Plan 1 (HMO)
Location:Cuyahoga, Ohio
Plan ID:H5253 - 050 - 0     Click to see other plans
Member Services:1-800-643-4845 TTY users 711
— Enrollment Options —
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— Medicare Plan Features —
Monthly Premium:$19.00 (see Plan Premium Details below)
Annual Deductible:$0
Annual Initial Coverage Limit (ICL):$4,430
Health Plan Type:Local HMO
Maximum Out-of-Pocket Limit for Parts A & B (MOOP):$4,200
Additional Gap Coverage?Yes, some additional gap coverage.
Total Number of Formulary Drugs:3,676 drugsBrowse the AARP Medicare Advantage Plan 1 (HMO) Formulary
This plan has 5 drug tiers. See cost-sharing for all pharmacies and tiers
This plan offers select insulin at a $35 copay. Learn more.
Formulary Drug Details:Tier 1Tier 2Tier 3Tier 4Tier 5
Preferred Pharmacy
  Cost-Sharing during
  initial coverage phase:
Number of Drugs per
Plan's Pharmacy Search:http://www.AARPMedicarePlans.com
Plan Offers Mail Order?Yes
Medicare Plan Pharmacy Numbers: BIN: 610097   PCN: 9999
Number of Members enrolled in this plan in Cuyahoga, Ohio:14,093 members
Number of Members enrolled in this plan in (H5253 - 050):48,988 members
Plan’s Summary Star Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars.  
This plan qualifies for the 5-star rating Special Enrollment period. Read more.
Customer Service Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars.
Member Experience Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
Drug Cost Accuracy Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars.
— Plan Premium Details —
The Monthly Premium is Split as Follows:
Part C
Part D Base
Part D Supplemental
Monthly Premium with Extra Help Low-Income Subsidy (LIS): 100%
Monthly Part D Premium with LIS:$0.00$4.70$9.50$14.20
Total Monthly Premium with LIS (Parts C & D):$0.00$4.70$9.50$14.20
— Plan Health Benefits —
** Base Plan **
• Health plan premium: $0
• Drug plan premium: $19
• You must continue to pay your Part B premium.
• Part B premium reduction: No
• Health plan deductible: $0
• Other health plan deductibles: In-network: No
• Drug plan deductible: No annual deductible
Maximum out-of-pocket enrollee responsibility (does not include prescription drugs)
• $4
Optional supplemental benefits
• No
Additional benefits and/or reduced cost-sharing for enrollees with certain health conditions?
• In-network: No
Doctor visits
• Primary: $0 copay
• Specialist: $35 copay per visit (authorization required)
Diagnostic procedures/lab services/imaging
• Diagnostic tests and procedures: $30 copay (authorization required)
• Lab services: $0 copay (authorization required)
• Diagnostic radiology services (e.g., MRI): $0-105 copay (authorization required)
• Outpatient x-rays: $15 copay (authorization required)
Emergency care/Urgent care
• Emergency: $90 copay per visit (always covered)
• Urgent care: $40 copay per visit (always covered)
Inpatient hospital coverage
• $295 per day for days 1 through 4
$0 per day for days 5 through 90
$0 per day for days 91 and beyond (authorization required)
Outpatient hospital coverage
• $0-295 copay per visit (authorization required)
Skilled Nursing Facility
• $0 per day for days 1 through 20
$188 per day for days 21 through 43
$0 per day for days 44 through 100 (authorization required)
Preventive care
• $0 copay
Ground ambulance
• $250 copay
Rehabilitation services
• Occupational therapy visit: $20 copay (authorization required)
• Physical therapy and speech and language therapy visit: $20 copay (authorization required)
Mental health services
• Inpatient hospital - psychiatric: $295 per day for days 1 through 4
$0 per day for days 5 through 90 (authorization required)
• Outpatient group therapy visit with a psychiatrist: $15 copay (authorization required)
• Outpatient individual therapy visit with a psychiatrist: $25 copay (authorization required)
• Outpatient group therapy visit: $15 copay (authorization required)
• Outpatient individual therapy visit: $25 copay (authorization required)
Opioid treatment program services
• In-network: $0.00 copay (authorization required)
Medical equipment/supplies
• Durable medical equipment (e.g., wheelchairs, oxygen): 20% coinsurance per item (authorization required)
• Prosthetics (e.g., braces, artificial limbs): 20% coinsurance per item (authorization required)
• Diabetes supplies: $0 copay per item (authorization required)
• 20% coinsurance (authorization required)
• Hearing exam: $0 copay (authorization required)
• Fitting/evaluation: Not covered
• Hearing aids: $375-1 (limits apply, authorization required)
Preventive dental
• Oral exam: $0 copay (limits apply)
• Cleaning: $0 copay (limits apply)
• Fluoride treatment: $0 copay (limits apply)
• Dental x-ray(s): $0 copay (limits apply)
Comprehensive dental
• Non-routine services: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Diagnostic services: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Restorative services: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Endodontics: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Periodontics: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Extractions: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Prosthodontics, other oral/maxillofacial surgery, other services: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Routine eye exam: $0 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
• Other: Not covered
• Contact lenses: $0 copay (limits apply)
• Eyeglasses (frames and lenses): $0 copay (limits apply)
• Eyeglass frames: Not covered
• Eyeglass lenses: Not covered
• Upgrades: Not covered
Medically-approved non-opioid pain management services
• Chiropractic services: Not covered
• Acupuncture: Not covered
• Therapeutic Massage: Not covered
• Alternative Therapies: Not covered
More benefits
• Over-the-counter drug benefits: Some coverage
• Meals for short duration: Not covered
• Annual physical exams: Some coverage
• Telehealth: Some coverage
• WorldWide emergency transportation: Some coverage
• WorldWide emergency coverage: Some coverage
• WorldWide emergency urgent care: Some coverage
• Fitness Benefit: Some coverage
• In-Home Support Services: Not covered
• Bathroom Safety Devices: Not covered
• Health Education: Not covered
• In-Home Safety Assessment: Not covered
• Personal Emergency Response System (PERS): Not covered
• Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT): Not covered
• Post discharge In-Home Medication Reconciliation: Not covered
• Re-admission Prevention: Not covered
• Wigs for Hair Loss Related to Chemotherapy: Not covered
• Weight Management Programs: Not covered
• Adult Day Health Services: Not covered
• Nutritional/Dietary Benefit: Not covered
• Home-Based Palliative Care: Not covered
• Support for Caregivers of Enrollees: Not covered
• Additional Sessions of Smoking and Tobacco Cessation Counseling: Not covered
• Enhanced Disease Management: Not covered
• Telemonitoring Services: Not covered
• Remote Access Technologies (including Web/Phone-based technologies and Nursing Hotline): Some coverage
• Counseling Services: Not covered
Wellness programs (e.g., fitness, nursing hotline)
• Covered
Not covered
Foot care (podiatry services)
• Foot exams and treatment: $35 copay (authorization required)
• Routine foot care: $35 copay (limits apply, authorization required)
Medicare Part B drugs
• Chemotherapy: 20% coinsurance (authorization required)
• Other Part B drugs: 0-20% coinsurance (authorization required)


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