Explore the Priority Health Medicare plan details for State of Michigan retirees

Learn how Priority Health Medicare works

The Priority Health plan is a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan. This means Priority Health becomes your Part A (hospitalization), Part B (outpatient care) and Part D (prescription drug) coverage. You'll still need to pay your Part B premiums through Social Security and keep that red, white and blue Medicare card in a safe place. You'll only need to use your Priority Health card when you have medical services or fill a prescription. If you have questions or concerns about your coverage, you'll call Priority Health, not Medicare.

2022 Medicare plan benefits

Here's a table summarizing our plan benefits. See the summary of benefits document for more details.

Deductible

$125
In-network

Primary care visits

$20 copayment
In-network

Preventive annual exam

$0 copayment
In-network

Virtual care visits

$10 copayment
In-network

Specialist visits

$20 copayment
In-network

Urgent care

$20 copayment
In- or out-of-network

Emergency care

$65 copayment
In- or out-of-network
(Copay is waived if admitted within three days)

Labs/X-rays/Diagnostic tests and procedures

$0 copayment
In-network