For the 2021 plan year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reported the following Medicare patterns in Rhode Island:
The state of Rhode Island has a total of 224,443 Medicare beneficiaries.
In Rhode Island, the average Medicare Advantage monthly premium decreased from $27.04 in 2020 to $25.03 in 2021, relative to the previous year.
In Rhode Island, there are 26 Medicare Advantage plans available in 2021, compared to 21 in 2020.
Residents of Rhode Island with Medicare may purchase a Medicare Advantage package, which includes plans with no premiums.
In Rhode Island, there are 12 separate Medigap plans available for 2021.
In Rhode Island, Medicare supplement plans are available.
In Rhode Island, private insurance carriers provide Medicare replacement insurance (Medigap) policies. Since original Medicare does not have an out-of-pocket cap, they help offset some of the costs of your treatment, such as copays and coinsurance.
Many insurance firms in Rhode Island sell Medigap policies. Some of the firms selling Medigap plans in the state as of 2021 include:
AARP – UnitedHealthcare
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island
Mutual of Omaha