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Anthem entered the health insurance space in 1946. It first began offering Medicare plans in 2015, starting with Special Needs plans in Connecticut.
Anthem now offers the following Medicare plans in 14 states:
|Customer Review Platform
|Better Business Bureau (BBB)
|A+ Rating; 1.1/5 Stars with 104 Reviews
Anthem says that if you don’t see your state listed above, see if Blue Cross Blue Shield offers a plan in your state and area.
Note: Medicare plans may not be available in all counties even if they are available in your state.
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Reviews last updated: 2/2/24. (Reviews typically updated monthly.)
I have been with Anthem BCBS for over three years now. I had previously been with UHC. I found that the plan provided benefits like OTC and Groceries were greater than what I was being offered from UHC. I have been quite satisfied with the plan and the customer service provided. My agent’s responsiveness to my questions regarding virtually anything that I have asked them is wonderful. I was somewhat new to the Medicare programs. And UHC had dropped me for some inexplicable reason that was due to an error in their system. Recently I was qualified for an upgrade to a DSNP plan that I became aware of through my case manager. So that change means that I won’t have any copays for my upcoming cataract surgery. I’m quite happy with the results of my choice at this point. There’s so many choices out there in the marketplace that I think the service you provide is worth it to make the best decision possible. I happily stumbled upon your website by mistake. I was researching reverse mortgages for a friend and luckily found out you were also rating Medicare Insurance Providers.