Simpra Advantage (PPO I-SNP) is a Medicare Advantage Institutional Special Needs Plan provided by Simpra Advantage.

A Special Needs Plan (SNP) is a type of Medicare Advantage Plan designed for Medicare beneficiaries with specific conditions or characteristics.

Institutional Special Needs Plans are for beneficiaries who live in an institution, such as a long-term care (LTC) skilled nursing facility (SNF), a LTC nursing facility (NF), a SNF/NF, an intermediate care facility for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IDD), or an inpatient psychiatric facility. If you don't meet these criteria, consider other plan choices in your county.

Check out the premium and drug info below for more information, or reach out to a licensed Medicare agent for help using the call number on this page. 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 H4091-001-000
Plan Organization Simpra Advantage
Plan Type Local PPO
Plan Name Simpra Advantage (PPO I-SNP)
Plan Organization Type Local CCP
Benefit Type Defined Standard Benefit
Special Needs Plan Yes
Special Needs Plan Type Institutional
Overall Star Rating Not enough data available
Plan Cost Sharing
Monthly Part C Premium $0.00
Monthly Part D Basic Premium $32.70
Monthly Part D Supplemental Premium $0.00
Monthly Part D Total Premium $32.70
Monthly Part D Premium Full Assistance $0.00
Monthly Part D Premium 75% Assistance $8.20
Monthly Part D Premium 50% Assistance $16.30
Monthly Part D Premium 25% Assistance $24.50
Part D Drug Deductible $480.00
Annual Drug Deductible $480.00
Official Medicare Contact
Medicare Phone 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)
Medicare TTY User 1-877-486-2048
Plan Available in these Counties
Autauga County, Alabama, Baldwin County, Alabama, Barbour County, Alabama, Bibb County, Alabama, Blount County, Alabama, Bullock County, Alabama, Butler County, Alabama, Calhoun County, Alabama, Chambers County, Alabama, Cherokee County, Alabama, Chilton County, Alabama, Choctaw County, Alabama, Clarke County, Alabama, Clay County, Alabama, Cleburne County, Alabama, Coffee County, Alabama, Colbert County, Alabama, Conecuh County, Alabama, Coosa County, Alabama, Covington County, Alabama, Crenshaw County, Alabama, Cullman County, Alabama, Dale County, Alabama, Dallas County, Alabama, Dekalb County, Alabama, Elmore County, Alabama, Escambia County, Alabama, Etowah County, Alabama, Fayette County, Alabama, Franklin County, Alabama, Geneva County, Alabama, Greene County, Alabama, Hale County, Alabama, Henry County, Alabama, Houston County, Alabama, Jackson County, Alabama, Jefferson County, Alabama, Lamar County, Alabama, Lauderdale County, Alabama, Lawrence County, Alabama, Lee County, Alabama, Limestone County, Alabama, Lowndes County, Alabama, Macon County, Alabama, Madison County, Alabama, Marengo County, Alabama, Marion County, Alabama, Marshall County, Alabama, Mobile County, Alabama, Monroe County, Alabama, Montgomery County, Alabama, Morgan County, Alabama, Perry County, Alabama, Pickens County, Alabama, Pike County, Alabama, Randolph County, Alabama, Russell County, Alabama, Saint Clair County, Alabama, Shelby County, Alabama, Sumter County, Alabama, Talladega County, Alabama, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Walker County, Alabama, Washington County, Alabama, Wilcox County, Alabama, Winston County, Alabama

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