Confused by Medicare?
You are not alone.
Medicare Supplement / Medigap Plans
Medicare Supplement / Medigap Insurance is not Part C which is an Advantage Plan. It is not Original Medicare which is Part A and/or Part B and does not come with Part D drug insurance.
It is a supplement insurance which helps pay for some of the costs Part A (hospital) and Part B (doctors and out patient services) do not pay.
Learn about Medicare Supplement Plans from the comfort of your home, office or anywhere you have access to the Internet. Each Wednesday at 6 pm we give a Medicare Supplement Webinar. Bring your questions about how to compare plans, what to look for, is a Medicare Supplement plan for Me. Just click on the link below 5 minutes before 6 pm any Wednesday: Wednesday 6 pm Medicare Supplement Webinar 101
Here are some questions you might ask yourself that Welch Insurance can answer about Medicare Supplement Insurance / Medigap.
Frequently ask questions:
How many Medigap plans are there?
A: There are 10 plan types available in most states, and each plan is labeled with a different letter that corresponds to a certain level of basic benefits.
What plan fits my budget?
A: Depending on the plan and the state you live in, the premiums range from $60 to $230 when aging into Medicare.
Which plan fits my medical needs?
A: You should consider your medical issues that may cause you to need more use of the plan you select.
Is the coverage different in each Medigap plan offered?
A: In most states, Medigap insurance plans have the same standardized benefits for each letter category.
Do all companies have the same premium for the same plan?
A: No, the premiums for the same plan may vary by as much $100 for the same letter plan.
What is the difference in premium between a high deductible Plan G and a conventional Plan G?
A: The high deductible Plan G can be as low as $60 per month whereas the conventional Plan G can be as high as $200 a month for someone aging into Medicare, depending on the state you live in.
Or Call 800-641-3315