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Shopping for Medicare?
Check out MVP’s 2020
Medicare Advantage plans.

With new plan options, new extras, and preventive dental included with plans
starting at $0/month, now’s a great time to take a look at MVP.
$0 Primary care visits
$0 Preferred Generic Drugs on all plans that include Part D
$0 SilverSneakers® fitness membership
$0 co-pay for myVisitNow®—24/7 Online Doctor Visits

Look at what’s new for 2020!

NEW!

Earn a $100 gift card for health and
wellness activities

meal delivery after an inpatient
NEW! Free
hospital admission

NEW! Annual eyewear allowance with most plans
Don’t just take our word for it.
MVP Medicare Advantage plans have been recognized
for top quality and service.
MVP’s HMO-POS and
PPO plans are rated
4.5 out of 5 Stars
overall by Medicare.1

MVP’s Medicare Advantage
plans are ranked 2019
“Best Insurance Company
for Medicare Advantage” by
U.S. News & World Report.2

To learn more, contact our expert Medicare team to:
• Get answers to your
Medicare questions

• Book a FREE
personal consultation

• Attend a FREE
Medicare Seminar

See reverse for convenient times and locations.

Call 1-833-368-4606 (TTY: 1-800-662-1220)

Monday–Friday, 8 am–6 pm Eastern Time.
October 1–March 31, Saturdays, 8 am–12 pm.

Visit MVPmedicaremtg.com
1

Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.

2

Methodology for the 2019 Best Medicare Advantage Plans: U.S. News used data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services,
including its rating of each Medicare Advantage plan. U.S. News is not affiliated with CMS, nor is the award given by Medicare.
The annual election period for MVP Health Care Medicare Advantage plans is October 15–December 7, 2019.
MVP Health Plan, Inc. is an HMO-POS/PPO/MSA organization with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in MVP Health Plan depends on
contract renewal.

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