BlueAdvantage Freedom (PPO) is a Medicare Advantage plan provided by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. This plan does not provide drug coverage.

In terms of networks, this plan is a Local PPO. With a PPO, you don’t need to choose a primary care doctor and can utilize healthcare providers inside or outside your network (although you'll typically pay less for providers in a plan's network). Local PPOs cover only a small service area, such as a part of a county, a single county, or a group of counties. If you need a wider area of coverage, you may want to look at Regional PPO plans if any are available in your region.

More details on this plan are provided below. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to use our site to reach out to a licensed Medicare agent for help today. Alternatively, if you know what plan you want, you can enroll online yourself using our site as well.


Plan Basics
Contract Year 2022
Medicare Type Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C)
CMS Plan ID H7917-039-000
Plan Organization BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
Plan Type Local PPO *
Plan Name BlueAdvantage Freedom (PPO)
Overall Star Rating 4.5
Plan Cost Sharing
Maximum Out-of-Pocket Limit for Parts A & B (MOOP) $4900.00
Official Medicare Contact
Medicare Phone 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)
Medicare TTY User 1-877-486-2048
Plan Available in these Counties
Anderson County, Tennessee, Bedford County, Tennessee, Benton County, Tennessee, Bledsoe County, Tennessee, Blount County, Tennessee, Bradley County, Tennessee, Campbell County, Tennessee, Cannon County, Tennessee, Carroll County, Tennessee, Carter County, Tennessee, Cheatham County, Tennessee, Chester County, Tennessee, Claiborne County, Tennessee, Clay County, Tennessee, Cocke County, Tennessee, Coffee County, Tennessee, Crockett County, Tennessee, Cumberland County, Tennessee, Davidson County, Tennessee, Decatur County, Tennessee, Dekalb County, Tennessee, Dickson County, Tennessee, Dyer County, Tennessee, Fayette County, Tennessee, Fentress County, Tennessee, Franklin County, Tennessee, Gibson County, Tennessee, Giles County, Tennessee, Grainger County, Tennessee, Greene County, Tennessee, Grundy County, Tennessee, Hamblen County, Tennessee, Hamilton County, Tennessee, Hancock County, Tennessee, Hardeman County, Tennessee, Hardin County, Tennessee, Hawkins County, Tennessee, Haywood County, Tennessee, Henderson County, Tennessee, Henry County, Tennessee, Hickman County, Tennessee, Houston County, Tennessee, Humphreys County, Tennessee, Jackson County, Tennessee, Jefferson County, Tennessee, Johnson County, Tennessee, Knox County, Tennessee, Lake County, Tennessee, Lauderdale County, Tennessee, Lawrence County, Tennessee, Lewis County, Tennessee, Lincoln County, Tennessee, Loudon County, Tennessee, Macon County, Tennessee, Madison County, Tennessee, Marion County, Tennessee, Marshall County, Tennessee, Maury County, Tennessee, Mcminn County, Tennessee, Mcnairy County, Tennessee, Meigs County, Tennessee, Monroe County, Tennessee, Montgomery County, Tennessee, Moore County, Tennessee, Morgan County, Tennessee, Obion County, Tennessee, Overton County, Tennessee, Perry County, Tennessee, Pickett County, Tennessee, Polk County, Tennessee, Putnam County, Tennessee, Rhea County, Tennessee, Roane County, Tennessee, Robertson County, Tennessee, Rutherford County, Tennessee, Scott County, Tennessee, Sequatchie County, Tennessee, Sevier County, Tennessee, Shelby County, Tennessee, Smith County, Tennessee, Stewart County, Tennessee, Sullivan County, Tennessee, Sumner County, Tennessee, Tipton County, Tennessee, Trousdale County, Tennessee, Unicoi County, Tennessee, Union County, Tennessee, Van Buren County, Tennessee, Warren County, Tennessee, Washington County, Tennessee, Wayne County, Tennessee, Weakley County, Tennessee, White County, Tennessee, Williamson County, Tennessee, Wilson County, Tennessee

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