13 insurers exiting Medicare Advantage in 2024

Thirteen insurers are exiting Medicare Advantage markets in 2024, according to an analysis from KFF published Nov. 7. 

There is a slightly smaller number of Medicare Advantage plans — 3,959 — available nationwide in 2024, down from 3,998 in 2023, according to the analysis. The average number of plans available to beneficiaries is 43, unchanged from 2023. 

Here are 13 insurers exiting Medicare Advantage in 2024: 

  1. ApexHealth
    Plans: three
    States affected: North Carolina, South Carolina 

  2. Ascension Complete
    Plans: 51
    States affected: Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, Kansas 

  3. Catholic Health Care System
    Plans: one
    States affected: New York 

  4. Health Choice Generations Utah
    Plans: one
    States affected: Utah 

  5. Imperial Insurance Companies
    Plans: five
    States affected: Texas, Arizona, Nevada 

  6. Integrated Health Plan
    Plans: two
    States affected: California 

  7. Lasso Healthcare 
    Plans: two
    States affected: Indiana, Florida, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Montana, Georgia, Louisiana, Ohio, Texas, Missouri, South Carolina, Nevada, Illinois, Kansas, Oregon, Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota, Utah, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Arkansas, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Wyoming, Mississippi, Alaska, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Mexico, Delaware, Arizona, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Rhode Island 

  8. Mary Washington Medicare Advantage
    Plans: three
    States affected: Virginia 

  9. Oscar
    Plans: three
    States affected: Florida

  10. ParkerCare New York
    Plans: four
    States affected: New York 

  11. ProMedica Medicare Plan
    Plans: two
    States affected: Indiana

  12. University of Utah Health Insurance Plans
    Plans: two
    States affected: Utah 

  13. Vantage Health Plan (owned by BCBS Louisiana)
    Plans: 14
    States affected: Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas 

Editor's note: This article was updated Nov. 9 at 1:25 p.m. CT and Nov. 13 at 4:50 p.m. CT. 

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