Medicare

2017

Let's find the best plans for you

Let’s find the best plans for you

To help you get started finding the right 2017 BlueCHiP for Medicare plan, we just need you to answer a few quick questions and we will provide you with some suggested plans that may fit your needs. You can research and purchase any of our plans here on our website, or learn more by speaking to a qualified Medicare representative or at one of our YourBlue Store locations.

These questions are designed to help you choose a plan. We do not use your answers for any other purpose. Your answers will not affect your ability to get coverage or your monthly premiums. You can choose any plan we offer, not just the plans we recommend.

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Priorities

Which would you say is more important to you when trying to decide on your healthcare coverage?

How you answer this question can help guide you as you go through the rest of the recommendation process.

Why do we ask this question?

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Step 2 of 6

Coverage

Would you be willing to choose from a smaller selection of primary care physicians who coordinate your care if it lowered your healthcare costs?

Generally, plans that allow you to choose from a wider network of doctors may have higher premiums.

Why do we ask this question?

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Step 3 of 6

Out-of-State Doctor

Do you need to see doctors outside of Rhode Island in non-emergency situations?

Different plans provide various levels of coverage for out-of-state services.

Why do we ask this question?

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Step 4 of 6

Prescriptions

Are you currently taking more than three prescription medicines?

You'll want to make sure your prescriptions are covered under any plan you choose.

Why do we ask this question?

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Step 5 of 6

Risk

Do you prefer to pay a higher monthly premium if it means you could pay less when you go to a doctor or hospital?

Consider how often you might use doctors and labs over the next year, as well as how any premiums fit into your budget.

Why do we ask this question?

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Chronic Conditions

Do you have an ongoing medical condition that you are currently managing?

Managing conditions like diabetes, asthma, or heart disease can require repeated doctor visits, and some plans can help you manage both your health and the cost of those visits.

Why do we ask this question?

It’s OK to change your mind.

Adjust your answers and see if other plans would work better for you.

1

Priorities

Which would you say is more important to you when trying to decide on your healthcare coverage?


2

Coverage

Would you be willing to choose from a smaller selection of primary care physicians who coordinate your care if it lowered your healthcare costs?



3

Network

Do you need to see doctors outside of Rhode Island in non-emergency situations?


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Prescriptions

Are you currently taking more than three prescription medicines?



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Risk

Do you prefer to pay a higher monthly premium if it means you could pay less when you go to a doctor or hospital?


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Chronic Condition

Do you have an ongoing medical condition that you are currently managing?

Try these plans

Based on your answers, we think these plans might work for you.

Compare these plans

Sometimes it's helpful to compare side by side, so have a look.