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*Plan N has up-to a $20 office visit co-pay, and up-to a $50 ER co-pay.
*Source: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.
A Medicare supplement (Medigap) insurance, sold by private companies, can help pay some of the health care costs that Original Medicare doesn't cover, like copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles.
You have a choice of Medigap plans to meet your needs and budget. You can choose any doctor or hospital that accepts Medicare patients and you may visit any specialist who accepts Medicare patients with virtually no need for referrals.
The best time to buy a Medigap policy is during your 6-month Medigap open enrollment period, because you can buy any Medigap policy sold in your state, even if you have health problems. This period automatically starts the month you're 65 and enrolled in Medicare Part B, and once it's over, you can't get it again. You can get a new policy any time you move to a new coverage area.
Enter your ZIP code to compare quotes from top insurance companies on Medigap.com. Prices vary from company to company, so shop around for the best prices. Medicare supplement insurance is available in up to 10 standardized insurance plans. Each plan is named with a letter of the alphabet. In Massachusetts, Minnesota and Wisconsin there are different standardized plan options available.
Review your benefits and costs for 2015, compare alternatives and decide whether to keep or change your plan during Medicare’s annual open enrollment period Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. Our shoppers found average savings of $1,134 per year by switching plans. Get a better Medigap plan during your open enrollment period.