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Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans

Medicare supplemental insurance or Medigap policies are insurance plans sold by private insurances companies to cover some of the health care costs not covered by Medicare. These policies are governed by both federal and state laws to protect the consumer.

According to the Medicare Medigap webpage most people will be required to have both Medicare Plan Part A and Medicare Plan Part B to be eligilible for a Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plan. There are 12 different standardized Medigap policies for you to choose from. Each plan has different basic and extra benefits. The cost of Medigap policies will vary between the different insurance companies that sell them.

Medigap Insurance plans

The Medicare guide to Choosing A Medigap Policy lists the following as possible benifits for Medigap Plans A-L*.

  • Medicare Part A Coinsurance
  • Medicare Part B Coinsurance
  • Blood
  • Hospice Care
  • Skilled Nursing Facility Care
  • Medicare Part A Deductible
  • Medicare Part B Deductible
  • Medicare Part B Excess Charges
  • Foreign Travel Emergency
  • At-home Recovery
  • Preventive Care
  • Preventive Care not covered by Medicare

If you would like more information on Medicare, Medigap, & Medicaid you can contact us by Email or call our Free Senior Referral Service at 1.866.775.0028.

From Here you can:

1. Find more ways to Pay for Senior Care

2. See the How to Choose a Senior Home Care Agency or Senior Care Facility Guide

3. Contact the “FREE” VIDA Senior Referral Service
*Possible Medigap Benifits governed by state and federal laws and private insurance company policies and procedures. Please visit the Medicare Website for more information.