Medicare Supplement Insurance, sold by private insurance companies, helps pay some of the out-of-pocket healthcare costs that Original Medicare (Parts A & B) don’t pay. The plans, categorized by letters A-N, are standardized meaning they include the same basic benefits regardless of where you buy them.
A cancer diagnosis can be scary, but if you have Medicare, most cancer treatment is generally covered. If you have additional protection with a Medicare Supplement Plan, your out-of-pocket costs could be very low, depending on the Medicare Supplement plan you choose. Read on to learn how Medicare pays for cancer treatment.
Getting ready to enroll in Medicare and a Medicare Supplemental Plan? Be sure you know this important tip as you’re getting started!
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.
The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period) isn’t as well known as the Annual Election Period, but you can make many of the same changes.
Medicare Supplement insurance is a private policy that helps you lower your out-of-pocket health costs. Learn more about how to get started here!