The Importance of Medicare Supplemental Insurance
Some may find that Medicare covers all of their health costs. Others need services that aren’t covered by Medicare and will be paying out of pocket, which can become costly. For those whose Original Medicare plan isn’t covering enough, there is Medical Supplemental Insurance.
Medigap is sold by insurance companies and covers some of the costs that Medicare doesn’t. It’s an excellent option for many that are looking to expand their coverage while still using Medicare.
Just like Medicare, Medigap plans are assigned letters. Medigap Plans are A-N and cover varying percentages of different costs. Some plans pay deductibles, while others cover travel or blood transfusions.