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Medicare Advantage takes the place of Medicare. While you are still in the Medicare system and protections, responsibility for benefits and claim management are provided by the insurance company, not Medicare. You cannot have both a Medigap and a Medicare Advantage Plan since Medicare Advantage has different deductibles and copay's than Medicare. Premiums are much less than Medigap plans but you will have more out of pocket exposure in most cases.