A Medicare Supplement plan, sometimes called “Medigap,” is a private insurance policy that can help pay for some of the health care costs that Medicare doesn’t cover.
• It helps pay the portion of approved expenses not covered by Medicare. This can include out-of-pocket expenses such as copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
• There are a variety of plans to meet your needs that are designed to fit your life and your budget.
• With no network, you can choose any doctor or hospital that accepts Original Medicare.
• Coverage is guaranteed if you enroll in the first six months of Medicare Part B eligibility.*
• Coverage is guaranteed to renew each year (unless you make untrue statements, commit fraud, or fail to pay premiums).*
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