By TOM MURPHY
AP Health Writer
Health insurers will flood the Medicare Advantage market again this fall with enticing offers of plans that have no monthly price tag. The number of so-called zero-premium plans has been growing for years, and they can appeal to retirees who live on fixed incomes. But experts say shoppers should exercise caution before jumping at the bargain. Independent broker Melissa Brenner says variables like a plan’s doctor and prescription coverage are more important to consider initially than price. Medicare Advantage premiums have been falling, and shoppers might find better coverage that comes with a relatively small monthly cost.