Our members are important to us. That's why every year we work hard to earn high ratings from The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
For 2023, our Medicare Star Ratings for HMO plans are:
Overall – 5.0 Stars*
Health Plan Services – 5.0 Stars*
Drug Plan Services – 5.0 Stars*
2023 HMO Star Ratings Sheets (Utah, Idaho, and Nevada)
For 2023, our Medicare Star Ratings for PPO plans are:
Overall – Plan is too new to be measured*
Health Plan Services – Plan is too new to be measured*
Drug Plan Services – Plan is too new to be measured*
2023 PPO Star Ratings Sheets (Utah and Nevada)
*Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-Star Rating System.
Each year the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) measures the quality and value of certified health plans. Medicare certified health plans, both Part C (Medicare Advantage) and Part D (Prescription Drug), are rated on a star scale. The scale ranges from one to five stars, with five stars representing the highest quality. Scores are based on more than 37 care and service quality measures across several categories. Some examples of the categories include:
What information does Medicare use to determine Star Ratings?
Medicare rewards plans that achieve four- and five-Star Ratings with extra money that must be reinvested back into the health plan's programs and benefits. This means, the better we do to serve you, the better our benefits for you can be in the future.
As a Medicare beneficiary, you have the opportunity to evaluate your current plan each year from October 15 to December 7 (the annual enrollment period). This is the time to make sure your plan will meet your healthcare needs for the coming year and make any necessary adjustments. The CMS Star ratings can help you compare the quality and performance of different plans.