What is Medicare Supplemental Insurance?
Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans, commonly referred to as Medigap, are health insurance plans that can be purchased by enrollees of Medicare Part A and Part B. The additional plans are available at a premium through approved insurance companies. Each of the 10 standardized Medicare Supplemental Insurance plans, A through L, cover insurance gaps left by Medicare Part A & B.
Tips on Buying Supplemental Insurance
It is important to note that all private insurance carriers are offering the same exact levels of coverage, simplifying the purchasing process. These companies are competing with one and another based on customer service, monthly premiums, and more. The policy that you choose will depend a lot on your budget, lifestyle, and health. It is important to compare supplemental plan options to educate yourself on the differences between the available plans. You can view our blog for related articles on the topic.
Medicare Guarantee Issue and Open Enrollment Periods
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I picked my plan now what?
Once you pick a Supplementary health Plan that best suits your wants and needs, you can call us or read our blog for more information. We are here to help you get the best plan you can afford and need. We also shop around different insurance companies to find you the best supplemental price!
Looking for more information?
If you like to do your research you can look over our site, and blogs for more information. Also you can check out the government Medicare website at www.medicare.gov. Another option is to call our licensed, USA based agents at 1-877-202-9248.