Thank You for being a Member of Liberty Medicare Advantage
LMA mission is to improve the health and well-being of our members within our community by offering a complete and cost-effective senior care continuum, close to home and family. We believe by combining our Customized Care team and community resources we enhance the health and well-being of our members and enforce the core values of our company’s founders of quality, honesty, and integrity that guide us to this day.
Our Customer Service team provides you with the tools, information and resources to help you get the most out of your Liberty Medicare Advantage plans. See below for quick links to our different plan options.
Liberty Medicare Advantage provides Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage through our partner Navitus Health Solutions. Navitus Health Solutions is a full-service pharmacy benefit management company committed to lowering drug costs, improving health, and providing superior customer service in a manner that instills trust and confidence
Access Formulary and Prior Authorization Forms at www.navitus.com or on the Product page on this website. If you are a diabetic below is a list of the preferred vendors:
- Abbott Products
- FreeStyle Lite® Meter
- FreeStyle Freedom Lite® Meter
- Precision Xtra® Meter
- Precision Xtra® Blood Glucose Test Strips
- FreeStyle Lite® Blood Glucose Test Strips *compatible with either Lite Meter*
- LifeScan Products
- OneTouch Ultra2® Glucose System
- OneTouch Ultra Mini® Meter
- OneTouch Verio Flex® Meter
- OneTouch Verio IQ® Meter
- OneTouch Ultra® Test Strips
- OneTouch Verio® Test Strip
When you end your membership with LMA
If you decide to change to a new plan, you can choose any of the following types of plans:
- Another Medicare health plan with or without prescription drug coverage.
- Original Medicare with a separate Medicare prescription drug plan.
- Original Medicare without a separate Medicare prescription drug plan.
If you choose this option, Medicare may enroll you in a drug plan, unless you have opted out of automatic enrollment.
Note: If you disenroll from Medicare prescription drug coverage and go without creditable prescription drug coverage for 63 days or more in a row, you may have to pay a Part D later enrollment penalty if you join a Medicare drug plan later.
Your membership will usually end on the first day of the month after your request to change you plan is received. See EOC Chapter 10, sections 2 and 3 for additional information.