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The state of Missouri had more than 1.2 million Medicare beneficiaries as of 2018 according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). . To learn more about Medicare in Missouri, here are some statistics:
Private insurance companies that offer Medicare Advantage plans and stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plans must have a contract with Medicare in order to offer Medicare insurance plans (such as a Medicare HMO or a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan). Depending on the terms of the contract between the plan and Medicare, not every plan is available statewide or in all service areas. Each year, the plan must renew their contract with Medicare, so the availability of a plan in a specific service area is subject to change as a result of the annual contract renewal.
Missouri Medicare Savings Programs: Paying Part A and Part B premiums and deductibles can be difficult for some beneficiaries. Missouri residents can apply for programs that help by offering discounts to low-income beneficiaries. To learn more and apply, visit the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Missouri State Health Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (SHIP): Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri (CLAIM) is the official State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) in Missouri. CLAIM provides free, unbiased information to help Missourians get the most from their Medicare benefits.
eHealth's Medicare website is operated by eHealthInsurance Services, Inc., a licensed health insurance agency doing business as eHealth. The purpose of this site is the solicitation of insurance. Contact may be made by an insurance agent/producer or insurance company. eHealth and Medicare supplement insurance plans are not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or the federal Medicare program. We offer plans from a number of insurance companies.