SCAN Health Plan for Group Retirees
A Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Plan for Group Retirees.
SCAN Health Plan
The SCAN Difference
Today, SCAN is a $4B+ diversified not-for-profit healthcare company that operates SCAN Health Plan in four States (California, Arizona, Nevada, and Texas) and four care delivery companies.
- We are highly dedicated to quality and service – serving more than 270,000 members.
- We are one the largest not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plans in the nation.
- SCAN’s revenues are $4.1 billion in 2022, representing a growth of more than $800 million after more than 60,000 new enrollments in the plan in 2021; coming out of the 2021 Medicare Annual Enrollment Period, SCAN was the fastest growing plan (>50,000 members) in the country.
- This year, 2023, marked the sixth year in a row that SCAN achieved a 4.5 CMS Star rating, making it the only Medicare Advantage plan in California to do so. In addition, SCAN also achieved the highest member satisfaction rating 91% of any California-wide plan for 2023, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
- For the fifth year in a row, SCAN Health Plan was named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 list of Best Insurance Companies for Medicare Advantage. The honor is one of the highest accolades Medicare Advantage plans can achieve.
- Sentiment and satisfaction is high among SCAN’s 1,400 employees, which is reflected by SCAN's designation as a Great Place to Work via an independent assessment organization in 2022, the second year SCAN achieved this distinction.
- The SCAN Foundation is an aligned organization of SCAN that is highly regarded in Washington, DC policy circles for its innovative approaches to aging policy.
- Every customized plan includes our unique in-home care benefit called Independent Living Power (ILP).
Independent Living Power Services
To learn more about the Independent Living Power Services benefits click here.
Difference between Medicare and Group Retiree Medicare Advantage
When you think of health coverage after retirement, Medicare is probably the first thing that comes to mind. But some people may also have access to retiree health coverage. Here are some of the differences:
If you’re considering Original Medicare for your coverage, it’s important to know that Medicare alone may not provide all the coverage that fits your needs. While this option provides you with flexibility in your choice of doctors, specialists, and hospitals, you are financially responsible for some benefits and services. For example:
- Not all benefits are covered, including ones such as eyeglasses, gym membership and most prescription drugs.
- You pay a deductible for some services.
- Expect to pay as much as 20% in out-of-pocket coinsurance for most medical costs.
Group Retiree Medicare Advantage
Group Medicare Advantage plans often provide benefits like vision, dental and hearing coverage not included with Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and B). Retirees may enjoy lower out-of-pocket costs and coverage that’s comparable or better than the coverage they had while working. These plans typically help retirees retain the same or a similar level of coverage they enjoyed before retiring.
If you have any questions, please contact Edith Monge. She will be happy to evaluate your retiree benefits package and walk you through how SCAN can assist you in serving your needs.
Edith MongeManager, Employer Retiree Group