Kaiser Permanente is a good health insurance company that operates in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Georgia, Maryland, Virginia, Oregon, Washington, and Washington, D.C.
Kaiser Permanente offers Medicare Advantage, Medicare Cost, Prescription Drug, and combined Medicare and Medicaid plans.
In most of the areas Kaiser Permanente services, it offers Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans. Some of Kaiser Permanente’s Medicare Advantage plans include a SilverSneakers® fitness program.
In Virginia, Kaiser Permanente also offers Medicare Plus plans. These plans are cost plans, so they complement Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance).
Kaiser Permanente also offers combined Medicare and Medicaid Plans (SNP). These plans are not offered in all areas, so be sure to check Kaiser Permanente’s website to learn what plans are available to you.
In most states, Kaiser Permanente offers Medicare Advantage Plus plans that expand coverage and offer other perks. Virginia’s Medicare Plus plans also have the option to expand coverage.
Depending on where you live, the following coverage and perks can be added to your Medicare Advantage plan for an additional monthly fee:
Hearing, eyewear, and, comprehensive dental can be added to Medicare Cost plans in Virginia for an additional monthly fee.
While Kaiser Permanente offers good Medicare plans, availability may vary depending on your state and county. Specific information about Medicare plans available in your area can be found on the Kaiser Permanente website or by contacting Kaiser Permanente directly.
Kaiser is very good at their business in taking money wherever, whenever, and whoever they can.If you're healthy, don't go to Kaiser Permanente, and if you're sick, still don't go to Kaiser Permanente. All they care about is getting your money. If you're a healthy senior, they will constantly harass you until you come in for the wellness check yearly so they can collect medicare money. All they will do is look at you and maybe listen to your heart and say you're fine. Yet when you're sick and want to see a doctor, it's suddenly not all that important to come in. Yes, they do have specialist in-house which seems like a convenient, but try asking for a referral. You'll have to wrestle with them. It's easier to ask for a referral from an outside provider to an outside specialist. Only thing good about probably is their integrated health record so that they can see your record from other visits within kaiser system. But even with that, no one takes the time to look through them.