Medicare Supplement Plan B offers additional coverage on top of Medicare Parts A and B, and includes more
services than Plan A. This type of plan is ideal for people who might require more coverage for hospitalization.
Medigap offers 10 standardized plans available in most states, each covering different out-of-pocket expenses. Other states, such as Massachusetts, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, have their own standardized plans.
|Part A coinsurance coverage||check|
|Part A eligible hospital services||check|
|Part A inpatient hospital deductible coverage||check|
|The first three pints of blood per calendar year||check|
|Part B coinsurance coverage||20% of approved amount|
|Medicare preventive care coverage||check|
Plan B does not cover Part B deductibles, Part B excess charges, skilled nursing facility care coinsurance, and foreign travel emergency care.
Depending on the plan that you choose, you may have to pay for deductibles and other payables before you receive the benefits. Get in touch with us and we will provide you with the detailed coverage and costs.