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by: Leandro Mueller

What do Medigap Policies Cover?

Different kinds of Medicare Supplements are offered. This is to provide applicants a wide variety of policies to choose from, to best address their unique needs and circumstances. Medicare Supplements are labeled from Plan A – N, with E, H, I, J, already discontinued.

 

One thing to remember, regardless of Medicare Supplements purchased, is that each plan provides coverage for these:

  • Medicare Part A coinsurance fees
  • Medicare Part A copayments for hospice care
  • Medicare Part B coinsurance fees or copayments
  • First three pints of blood

 

An additional and important feature that most applicants look for in Medicare Supplements is foreign travel coverage. Several of the standardized Medigap plans offer this option.

 

For more in-depth information, click on each letter.

 

 

Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) Plans

Benefits A B C D F* G K L M N
Medicare Part A
coinsurance and hospital
costs (up to an additional
365 days after Medicare
benefits are used)
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Medicare Part B
coinsurance or copayment
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Blood (first 3 pints) check check check check check check 50% 75% check check
Part A hospice care
coinsurance or copayment
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Skilled nursing facility care coinsurance     check check check check 50% 75% check check
Part A deductible   check check check check check 50% 75% 50% check
Part B deductible          check          
Part B excess charges     check   check check        
Foreign travel emergency
(80% of approved costs up to plan limits)
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*A high-deductible plan offered in some states. Insurers who opt for this plan must pay for Medicare-covered costs (coinsurance, copayments, deductibles) up to a deductible amount before the policy pays for anything.