Medicare Supplemental Plans

Whether you're new to Medicare or already a Medicare Recipient, you've probably heard of Medicare Supplemental Plans, also known as Medigap Plans. Medicare Supplemental Plans are designed to work with your Original Medicare and a stand-alone prescription drug plan (PDP). Medicare Supplemental Plans are a great option for someone who doesn't want to worry about their provider being in or out of network or paying large copays. Maybe you travel during the winter months and need your insurance to work wherever you are. A Medicare Supplement can give you peace of mind. You know what your monthly premium will be every month. You know what benefits are covered. You can go to any provider that is contracted and accepts Medicare. In a sense, you can set it and forget it. There are several versions of Medicare Supplemental Plans such as Plan A, B, C, F (high deductible), F, G, G (high deductible), K, L & N all with different benefit levels. Plans C & F are no longer available only to those who were eligible for Medicare before January 1, 2020. All Medicare Supplemental Plan Carriers must offer the same benefit. For example Carrier 1 and Carrier 2 both offer Plan A. They have to offer by law the same benefits however, the premium may be different. That's where we come in. We help you find the most affordable option for you and explain the coverage and how it works with your original Medicare.

If you want to learn more about Medicare Supplemental Plans, please give us a call today. There is never any cost to you for our guidance or any obligation to enroll.

Call us free at 1-855-410-7807. Please note the Center for Medicare & Medicaid require a signed consent form that we will email you. Brokers are required to wait 48 hours between the time this form is signed and the scheduled appointment time. This is to protect consumers. The consent form is really quick and easy to sign digitally on your mobile phone or computer. 

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