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Medicare Parts A and B provide needed coverage for your hospital and medical expenses, but you may still pay many unpredictable and expensive out-of-pocket costs.
Protect yourself with a plan from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska:
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The rates displayed on this page are based on the preliminary information you provided. The application you submit to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, along with other information we may collect, is how we determine your eligibility for coverage and rates in effect at the time coverage is issued.
When and if a policy for you is approved, the actual rates may vary from the rates on this page, based on your specific application and additional information required by BCBSNE to complete the application process. BCBSNE reserves the right to change rates from time to time.
If you entered 64 as your age prior to April 1, 2014, you are being quoted the 65-year-old rate. You will be eligible for coverage and the 65-year-old rate during the month of your 65th birthday. If your 65th birthday is on the first day of the month, you will be eligible for coverage and the 65-year-old rate during the month prior to the month of your 65th birthday.
*Plan L has an annual out-of-pocket limit. After the out-of-pocket limit of $2,470 is reached, Plan L pays covered services at 100%.
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