Medicare Supplement Insurance covers out of pocket costs.

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Medicare Supplement Insurance plans help cover out of pocket costs and give Medicare Recipients more choices when visiting a provider.

Also called Medigap, these plans provide financial assistance for out of pocket costs. Medicare Supplement Insurance also allows for greater choice when visiting a provider.

What is Medicare Supplement?

Medicare Supplement complements Original Medicare – adding additional coverages one might require. These programs were designed to allow patients flexibility to manage their healthcare.

Medicare Supplement

Medicare Supplement plans offer financial assistance to help cover out of pocket costs. Keep Original Medicare benefits, and get additional coverage.

Additional Benefits

You choose your doctors, hospitals, and can visit a specialist without a referral. Coverage is consistent across the US, but may not include copays.


Medicare Supplement policies do have a monthly premium - but this offsets copay costs. Also, these plans don’t cover prescription costs.

Medicare Supplement FAQ

Have questions about Medicare Supplement? Read through our Frequently Asked Questions below!

A Medicare Supplement Insurance plan, or “Medigap,” fills in the coverage gaps left by Original Medicare. One of the most significant points of coverage is Part D, which covers most prescription medicines.
Medicare Supplement Insurance plans don’t cover prescription, but you can purchase a prescription plan, which is called Medicare Part D.
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Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as “Medigap,” works with Original Medicare and helps pay for out-of-pocket expenses such as copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles for covered healthcare services and supplies.
Generally speaking, you qualify for any Medicare Insurance policy when you turn 65. The best time to buy a Medigap insurance policy is during your 6-month Medigap Open Enrollment Period, during which time enrollment is guaranteed, even if you have health problems.

This period automatically starts the month you turn 65 and enroll in Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance). After this enrollment period, you may be subject to medical underwriting and may not be able to buy a Medigap policy. If you're able to buy one, it may cost more.
Yep! Medicare Supplement Insurance plans are ideal for domestic and international travelers. With a Medicare Supplement Insurance policy, your coverage stays the same across the US!

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