Compare Medicare Plans With Anthem

Anthem has a range of Medicare plans to fit you and your budget. Let us guide you to the plan that best fits your needs.

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Anthem Medicare Plans At A Glance


Compare Medicare plan benefits, costs, and other considerations to help you choose the right plan with confidence.



Medicare Advantage (Part C)



Medicare Supplement (Medigap)


Prescription Drug (Medicare Part D)


Dental And Vision



Monthly Premiums



For most plans.



$97 - $3731



$52 - $133


$8 - $66


Covers Original Medicare Part A (hospital) And Part B (doctor visits)


















Copays And Coinsurance


There are copays for services.


Coinsurance for out-of-network services.






For preferred drugs at preferred pharmacies


$0 - $20


20% - 50% Coinsurance



Referrals Needed To See Specialists



Usually not needed










Prescription Drug (Part D) Coverage



Almost all










Dental And Vision Coverage


Includes routine Dental, Vision, and Hearing. Optional upgrades.


Usually not included







Allowances For Over-The-Counter (OTC) Health Items, Groceries, Transportation, And More





Almost all

















SilverSneakers® Fitness Membership




Almost all















Annual Deductibles




Deductible for most plans




For most plans; toward Part B deductible



$0 - $545


$0 - $50


Access To Any Doctor Or Hospital That Accepts Medicare Patients2
















Broad Network Of Doctors And Hospitals










Broad network of pharmacies


Broad network of dentists and vision providers


Monthly premium range rates are for 2024.

Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs)

For people with Medicare and Medicaid, Anthem Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNPs) offer coverage that’s not included with Original Medicare:


      Dental and vision

      Prescription drug (Part D)

      Flexible spending allowance

And most – if not all – your costs will be covered. Eligibility rules vary by state.


Explore Anthem Medicare D-SNPs 

Find A Medicare Plan That’s The Right Fit


There’s a lot to consider when it comes to finding the right health coverage. Let’s look at a few scenarios to help you better understand your options.3


Lara's Health

Meet Lara


“I’m finally retiring and can’t wait to spend more time with my new grandkids. I love my family doctor and I’m healthy. I just want Medicare coverage that will help me stay that way.”



Lara chose Medicare Advantage (Part C)

Why It Works For Lara

  Easy all-in-one coverage for hospital, medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision coverage


  Low monthly premiums, and she pays for care as needed


  Doesn’t travel often, and sees her doctor when needed

Lara's typical monthly costs might be:

195 dollars

Total Monthly Cost

165 dollars

Original Medicare Part B premium (in 2023)

0 dollars

Medicare Advantage premium

20 dollars

Copay for a doctor’s appointment

10 dollars

Copay for prescriptions

Smart Tip: This works great for someone who would rather pay for care as needed, rather than a higher monthly premium.

Review Lara's Medicare Plans


Robert's Health

Meet Robert


“I am excited to retire and travel around the country. I'm relatively healthy but worry about my rising medical costs, especially now that I have to watch my budget.”


Robert chose a Medicare Supplement plan, plus Prescription Drug and Dental/Vision coverage

Why It Works For Robert

  The three plans provide Robert the coverage he needs


  When traveling, he can see any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare patients2


  Although he has higher premiums, his costs will be more predictable

Robert's typical monthly costs might be:

408 dollars

Total Monthly Cost

155 dollars

Medicare Supplement Plan N premium

165 dollars

Original Medicare Part B premium (in 2023)

43 dollars

Prescription Drug (Part D) premium

35 dollars

Dental and Vision premium

10 dollars

Copay for a prescription

0 dollars

Copay for a doctor’s appointment

Smart Tip: While it has a higher monthly premium, this coverage means you won't get surprised by unexpected medical bills.

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Violet's Health

Meet Violet


“I’m nervous about losing my company’s insurance when I retire. I manage significant health issues and need to see specialists throughout the year. I’m worried Medicare won’t cover everything.”


Violet chose a Medicare Supplement plan plus Prescription Drug coverage

Why It Works For Violet

  She has the freedom to choose specialists without referrals


  Peace of mind by controlling out-of-pocket expenses


  Prescription drug costs are within her budget

Violet's typical monthly costs might be:

393 dollars

Total Monthly Cost

165 dollars

Original Medicare‡ Part B premium (in 2023)

175 dollars

Medicare Supplement Plan G premium

43 dollars

Prescription Drug (Part D) premium

0 dollars

Copay for a doctor’s appointment

10 dollars

Copay for prescriptions

Smart Tip: This coverage works well for someone who needs flexibility to get the care they need without costs getting out of hand.

Review Violet's Plans

Get More Resources And Support

Take a deeper dive into detailed information about plans, benefits, eligibility, and more.

Our easy-to-read guide summarizes the parts of Medicare, enrollment, your coverage options, and more.

Download Medicare 101 Guide

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Original Medicare: Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance).


1Medicare Supplement Plan G for a 65-year-old female non-smoker in Kentucky. Source: Explore your Medicare coverage options (accessed May 2023) .


2Medicare Select Plans are the exception. For non-emergency services covered by Medicare, you must use a hospital in our Select hospital network to receive full benefits.


3Examples are for illustration only. Costs may vary.


Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is a Medicare Advantage plan with a Medicare contract. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is a D-SNP plan with a Medicare contract and a contract with the state Medicaid program. Enrollment in Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield depends on contract renewal.


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