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Moffitt Cancer Center plays a proactive role in helping patients receive quality cancer care by working with an extensive national network of insurance and managed-care organizations. Moffitt will work with patients to obtain the necessary insurance authorization to receive treatment, although patients are ultimately responsible for adhering to their healthcare plan. With insurance plans evolving, it's important to make sure Moffitt is part of your healthcare plan.

Moffitt's New Patient Appointment Center (813-745-3980) and Cancer Answers (888-663-3488) are both up-to-date on the managed care plans for which Moffitt is a participating provider.

View the Moffitt Cancer Center Managed Care Organizations

Federal Health Insurance Exchange in Florida 

Moffitt Cancer Center and our physicians, known as Moffitt Medical Group, are in-network for the following individual health insurance plans sold on the Health Exchange in Florida:

  • All Florida Blue “BlueOptions” and “BlueCare” plans 

    (Moffitt is NOT in “BlueSelect” plans)

  • All Cigna plans 
  • CoventryOne HMO plans (Moffitt is NOT in Coventry CareLink HMO plans)
  • Humana HMO Premier plans (Moffitt is NOT in Humana HUMx HMO plans)

  • All Assurant Health plans, which utilize Aetna Signature Administrators PPO network

    For more information, go to
    The Health Insurance Marketplace

Medicare Patients on Outpatient PPS

Better outcomes and improved quality of life for patients, that’s the result of our comprehensive cancer program.

Make sure that Moffitt and our physicians are part of your plan during Medicare’s open enrollment period. We are helping patients find the right diagnosis, treatment and support – all in one place.

Medicare has changed the way it pays for hospital outpatient services. As a result, we'd like to point out some changes that you may see in your Medicare Explanation of Benefits notice. 

When you receive services as an outpatient, you are typically responsible for a fee that Medicare does not cover. This fee is called a co-insurance. Over time, the intent of Medicare's new system will lower the overall co-insurance for outpatient services. However, at the outset, your co-insurance may either slightly increase or decrease depending on what service you received. Out-of-pocket expenses for Medicare beneficiaries with secondary (Medigap) coverage will remain unchanged.

If you have questions about your bill or the new system, please call the government's Medicare help line at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227), or our business office at 813-745-8422.

View the complete Medicare Advantage Plan list for 2015.
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