What is Medigap?

Medicare Supplement Plans

Medicare Supplemental Insurance plans (aka Medigap) pay the 20% of costs not paid by Medicare itself. There are many deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance costs in Parts A & B. These plans cover those costs.

They are offered by private insurance companies and require a monthly premium. Each of the different types of Medigap plans cover a varying amount of the 20 % left after Medicare pays. They are designated by letters (F, G etc.). Each insurance company offering a plan (F, for example) has to offer the same coverage as every other company. This is true even though the plans differ in price.

The professionals at our company have upwards of 36 years of experience handling these plans. You don’t pay any extra for using our services. The price is the same even if you went directly to the insurance company.

Each year we review our clients’ policies and check to make sure that they are receiving the coverage they want and to see if we can lower their costs.

 

Medigap pays for the 20% of costs not paid by Medicare itself. There are many deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance costs in Parts A & B. Medigap covers those costs.

Additional Medicare Resources

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Official Medicare Materials

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