Medicare Supplement Plans That Fit Your Needs

Medicare Supplement Plans may: Save you money with lower out-of-pocket costs, help cover your Medicare Part A deductible, and provide extended coverage for long-term hospital stays.

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There’s an Easier Way to Pay for Your Health Care Expenses

Deductibles and coinsurance and copays—oh my! One of the most infuriating things about health care is figuring out when your benefits kick in and how much you’re required to pay for each service. With Original Medicare, Parts A and B, you’re usually on the hook for paying some additional fees Medicare doesn’t cover. Luckily, there is a better way of handling your health care bills.

With a Medicare Supplement insurance policy, also known as Medigap, you’ll no longer have to deal with the headaches of managing your out of pocket costs as you can budget your medical insurance expenses. You’ll be able to spend more time enjoying retirement instead of managing your health care bills.

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Common Questions About Medigap Insurance

Medicare Supplement, also known as Medigap, is private health insurance that helps supplement Original Medicare. Once Medicare pays its share of the covered health care costs, then the Medigap policy pays its share. Each plan is standardized by state and federal laws with premiums varying by each state and carrier. Plus, there are multiple plan options based on your budget and coverage needs.
If you are age 65 or older and have Medicare Part A and B, or have a qualifying disability, then you’re most likely eligible to purchase a Medigap policy. If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, also known as Medicare Part C, then you can’t qualify for a Medigap plan.
The open enrollment period for purchasing a Medicare Supplement insurance policy is six months from the first day of the month you turn age 65, or within six months of signing up for Medicare Part B. If you sign up during this period, you can’t get denied coverage or be required to pay more for your policy based on your health. If you sign up for a plan outside of this window, then you may have to go through medical underwriting. A licensed Medigap agent can provide more specifics once they get familiar with your situation.

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