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MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT (MEDIGAP) PLANS

These types of insurance policies and benefits are standardized and regulated by state and federal government and the Center For Medicare Services (CMS).
However, the cost of these plans is not regulated.

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Our site will connect you to the best Medicare supplemental insurance companies. By answering just a few quick questions, we can help you find an insurance plan that meets your budget. You'll be able to choose from some of the best Medigap insurance providers, including Bankers Life, Mutual of Omaha, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Wellpoint, and many more.

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In order to find out your premium costs from top carriers such as Humana, Wellpoint, Bankers Life, and more, you may complete the simple form above.

WHY SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE IF I HAVE MEDICARE?

Medicare Supplemental Insurance (or Medigap) policies are sold by insurance companies to provide benefits that Medicare does not offer. There are up to 12 standardized Medigap Policies called Medigap Plans A through L). These policies must adhere to State and Federal laws that are designed to protect the insurance buyer. Each of these plans has a different set of benefits.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Why Do I Need Medicare Supplemental Insurance if I Have Medicare?
    Medicare Supplemental Insurance (or Medigap) policies are sold by insurance companies to provide benefits that Medicare does not offer. There are up to 12 standardized Medigap Policies (called Medigap Plans A through L). These policies must adhere to State and Federal laws that are designed to protect the insurance buyer. Each of these plans has a different set of benefits.
  • Can I sign up with my spouse or through a family plan?
    No, your spouse is not covered under your Medigap insurance. Each individual must be covered under his or her own separate policy.
  • Are all Medicare policies the same?
    Yes and no. The Center for Medicare Services (CMS) has standardized the benefits associated with all Medicare plans. Medicare Part D, E, F, and so on provide the same coverage to everyone. However, private insurance companies are free to charge any amount for their policies. This is why it's best to compare pricing online and/or speak to an agent who can help you compare.
  • What if I have pre-existing health conditions?
    Depending on your age and the enrollment period you may be in, pre-existing conditions may not be a factor at all. A licensed agent will be able to give you more information.
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