What do Medicare Supplement Plans Cover?
Helps with Original Medicare coinsurance, copayments and deductibles
Any doctor who accepts Medicare with no network restrictions
Specialists without a referral
Medical coverage when you travel anywhere in the United States
Some preventive care benefits
Since Medigap plans do not cover prescription drugs, you may want to consider pairing this plan with a Medicare Part D plan.
In order to be eligible to buy a Medigap plan, you must be:
At least age 65 (or under age 65 with a disability or end-stage renal disease)
Enrolled in Medicare Parts A & B
Affordable Medigap Insurance That You Can Depend On
What Does a Medigap Plan Cost?
In paying for many healthcare items and services, Medicare Supplement plans share the cost of care through deductibles, copayments and coinsurance. The cost varies by plan.
Your Medicare Supplement plan costs include:
Deductible - The amount you pay before Florida Blue begins to pay its share of the cost.
Copay - A flat dollar amount (for example, $10) you pay each time you receive care.
Coinsurance - A percentage (for example, 10%) you pay for your care after you meet your deductible.
Premium - A fixed, monthly amount you pay for your Medicare supplement plan coverage.
Have questions about Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans? Request a call from a licensed agent.
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