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We are committed to delivering care with a focus on preventive treatments through integrating Eastern and Western Medicine. Our plans combine the centuries-old healing therapies of Eastern medicine with an extensive network of doctors and hospitals, specializing in the innovative practices of Western medicine.  

Get Medicare coverage for your complete well-being with Clever Care.

Top 5 reasons to join a Clever Care plan

  1. Unlimited acupuncture treatments
  2. $0 premium plans available
  3. Coverage for herbal supplements
  4. Dental, Vision, and Hearing coverage
  5. Extensive network of providers

We offer Medicare Advantage plans in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego counties

What is Eastern Medicine?

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You can enroll today, if...

  • You’re between the age of 64 years and 9 months and 65 years and 3 months.
  • You’re under age 65 with disability.
  • It’s the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) – October 15 – December 7.
  • You qualify for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP). 

If you have a question or need help, please call

(833) 365-1888 (TTY: 711) or send us an email.

Your satisfaction is our goal.

What is Eastern Medicine?​

Eastern medicine is a 2,000-year-old medical system, derived from the theory that “Qi” (the life force) flows throughout the body. When the Qi is compromised, the body is susceptible to disease. 

Practitioners of Eastern medicine believe that disease is a deviation from the natural environment and can be treated with specific interventions to help return full balance. Natural treatment methods such as acupuncture, herbal remedies, therapeutic massage, and cupping are used.

We encourage those interested in trying herbal supplements or any wellness therapies or acupuncture to talk to their doctor before beginning any regimen or treatment. Seek services from licensed acupuncturists and trained herbalists to ensure quality and safety.

Available in English, Chinese (中文), Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt),
Korean (한국어), and Spanish (Español).

Medicare 101

At Clever Care, we believe that easy access to care begins with understanding your coverage options. Whether you’re new to Medicare or exploring your plan choices, it’s important to understand what Medicare is, how it works, and the options available to you as a Medicare recipient.

Medicare is a federal health insurance program that is managed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that offers coverage for medical and hospital services (Part A and Part B).

However, beneficiaries have the options to sign up for a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan that includes prescription drug coverage along with supplemental benefits (dental, vision, hearing, and more).

Available in English, Chinese (中文), Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt),
Korean (한국어), and Spanish (Español).

Medicare Questions & Answers

No, which is why many people opt for a Medicare Advantage plan offered by private insurance companies.

Yes and No. Part A covers certain medications during hospitalization. Routine prescriptions are not covered. You will need to purchase A Part D plan to cover brand-name and generic prescriptions. Prescription Drug coverage is usually included in a Medicare Advantage plan at no additional cost.

With Original Medicare you can use any Medicare-approved doctor or hospital. With a Medicare Advantage plan, you are required to use any doctor or hospital in the plan’s network.

If you enroll during the Initial Enrollment Period, your coverage begins as early as the first day of your birthday month. If you are switching plans during AEP, your coverage begins on January 1.

If you are still working and have coverage through an employer, you may not have to pay a late-enrollment penalty. Talk to the employer benefits administrator.

Medicare doesn’t automatically know if you have additional coverage. Tell your doctor and other providers so they can send bills to the correct payer.

For additional resources, download a copy of the Medicare & You National Handbook.

If you have any questions, we can help. 

Clever Care offers support in your language to help you understand your Medicare coverage options.

Email us at info@ccmapd.com