JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The annual enrollment period for Medicare ends next week for most Medicare beneficiaries.For the first time, Magnolia Health, is offering a Medicare Advantage HMO, available to anyone eligible for Medicare and living in the following counties in Mississippi: George,
Consumers can switch to a new Medicare Advantage plan through December 7, 2016. The Magnolia Health Medicare Advantage (HMO) plan offers a variety of benefits. To find out more about the products and how to enroll visit the How to Enroll in Medicare Advantage page at https://advantage.magnoliahealthplan.com/, or call 1-877-826-5517; TTY:711.
"We are very proud of our Medicare Advantage product and we look forward to the opportunity to offer it in Mississippi," said Aaron Sisk, President and Chief Executive Officer of Magnolia Health. "Our benefit package and network options offer a competitive alternative to existing products in the Mississippi markets we are selling in."
Magnolia Health has been providing healthcare services to Medicaid, CHIP and Marketplace members in Mississippi since 2011. The health plan currently serves more than 300,000 members across the state.
About Magnolia HealthMagnolia Health (Magnolia) is a long-term solution to help the state of Mississippi enhance care for Medicaid and CHIP recipients, while most effectively managing taxpayer dollars. A physician-driven, Mississippi-based Coordinated Care Organization
(CCO), Magnolia is backed by its parent company, Centene Corporation (Centene). Centene has more than 30 years of experience in Medicaid, CHIP and other government-funded programs such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and long-term care. For more information about Magnolia Health, visit www.magnoliahealthplan.com.
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