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What are Medicare Supplement Plans?

Medicare Supplement Plans
Benefits A B C D F FH* G K L M N**
Basic Benefits:
Basic Benefits:
as all others***
50% 75%
Medicare Part A
50% 75% 50%
Skilled Nursing
50% 75%
Medicare Part B
Medicare Part B Excess
Charge Benefits
Foreign Travel
Annual Limit in 2017****
$1520 $2560

*This high deductible plan F (FH) pays the same or offers the same benefits as Plan F after you have paid a calendar year $2,200 deductible in 2017. Benefits from the high deductible Plan F will not begin until out-of-pocket expenses are $2,200. Out-of-pocket expenses for this deductible are expenses that would ordinarily be paid by the policy. This includes the Medicare deductibles for Part A and Part B, but does not include the plan's separate foreign travel emergency deductible.

**Plan N requires up to a $20 copayment for an office visit and up to a $50 copayment for an emergency room visit.

***Basic benefits include Medicare Part A hospital coinsurance, Medicare Part A extended hospital coverage (365 days after Medicare benefits end), Medicare Part A hospice outpatient prescription drug copayment and inpatient respite care coinsurance, Medicare Parts A and B first three pints of blood.

****Out-of-Pocket Annual Limit subject annually subject to change.

Medicare Supplement plans help provide for gaps in coverage from Medicare Parts A and B and can save you money. The monthly premium cost can vary depending on the type of coverage but the premium cost is offset by lower annual out-of-pocket costs for healthcare services.

There are 10 plans to choose from and all policies have been standardized. That means there is no difference in the benefits offered between insurers. The only difference between plans tends to be the cost of the monthly premium.

Here are a few key things to know before you start:

  • Plans are identified as Medicare Supplement Plans A through N (except in MA, MN, and WI).
  • Medicare Part A is provided at no charge if you worked and paid into Social Security.
  • The most popular Medicare Supplement plans are F, G, and N.
  • Plan F is considered to provide the broadest coverage and covers all the gaps left by Medicare Parts A and B.
  • Plan G is almost identical to a plan F except you are responsible for paying your Part B deductible.
  • Not all plans may be available in your state.

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