Decisions, decisions! How do we decide on what kind of health insurance to purchase? If you have a Medicare Part A and Part B which is the basic plan, you may apply for Medicare Supplement Insurance.
Depending on the plan you choose this is a type of gap insurance referred to as “Medigap”. It is designed to help pay some of your out-of pocket costs like your Part A co-insurance, hospital deductibles in your original Medicare, blood transfusions (first three pints), cost of 365 extra hospital days after you’ve used up your Part A benefits and skilled nursing facility co-insurance.
The Medigap policies do not cover long-term care, vision and dental care, private-duty nursing, or prescription drug coverage. Availability is subject to the state you live in and covers only one person per policy.
Our specialized agents can answer your questions and help you through the process of obtaining a Medicare Supplemental Insurance Policy. Contact us today at 800-245-4241 or send us a message through the Contact Us Form.