People who qualify for Medicare at 65 have multiple options. One of the options is called Part C Medicare Advantage. These plans for the most part include Part D drug coverage within the policy. The other type of policy is called Medigap. Medigap plans are also known as a Medicare Supplement plans.
If you have an Original Medicare plan rather than a Medicare Advantage plan, you also have the option to fill many of the coverage gaps by purchasing a private Medicare supplemental insurance plan, also known as a Medigap plan.
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While the Medigap and Medicare Advantage plans can each be beneficial, there are key differences between the two. Being well acquainted with these differences can help you choose the type of plan that works best for you.
Aside from Medigap policies, several other types of supplemental health insurance are widely sold in the U.S. These supplemental policies may be available as a voluntary benefit from your employer or you can purchase one directly from an insurance company.
If you are a senior on Medicare, you probably already know that it does not provide all the health insurance coverage you need.
Original Medicare often doesn’t cover all of your medical expenses. Learn more about how a Medicare Supplement Plan (or Medigap Plan) will save you money.
With so much information available for retirees it’s difficult to know where to begin. This overview on Medicare Supplement Insurance will get you started.
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