Medico has been insuring Americans since 1930. With assets over 2.4 billion, Medico has the financial stability to ensure your protection.

Medico is licensed in 41 states and offers Medicare Supplement, dental, hospital, cancer, and short-term care insurance policies. Medico is endorsed by AARP for short-term care insurance.

Medicare Supplement Plans YES
Medicare Advantage Plans NO
Medicare Part D Drug Plans NO

Medico Medicare Supplement Plans

Medico offers Supplement Medicare plans in 27 states. The plan options can vary from state to state.

Medicare Supplement plans are secondary coverage to your Original Medicare. Medico Medigap plans boast a low premium.

The carrier offers a discount for automatic bank withdrawal and no pre-existing clause. Once approved with a Medigap plan through Medico, you will have no waiting period or exclusions on any pre-existing health conditions you may have.

When you choose to enroll in a Medigap Plan, you keep all your benefits from Original Medicare.
These include freedom of healthcare providers, and the Supplement could pay most if not all your cost-share from Original Medicare.

Medigap plans have a predictable monthly premium, and your costs are minimal when using your healthcare coverage.

Medico Medicare Advantage Plans

This carrier doesn’t offer Medicare Advantage plans. They have other supplemental options that assist in the gaps of Medicare Advantage coverage.

Hospital indemnity plans can help offset hospital and dr office co-pays. Cancer plans help cover the costs of direct or indirect costs you may face with cancer.

Short Term Care Medical plans, endorsed by AARP, can help offset costs for up to 360 days. Short Term Care plans are to help recover from an illness or injury.

STC plans also assist in the transition from independent living to receiving assisted care at home or a facility.

Medico Medicare Part D

This company doesn’t offer Part D plans at this time. If you need help with Part D plans, fill out our online request form, and we’ll be glad to assist you.

Medico Financial Strength Ratings

A.M. Best rates insurance companies based on their financial strength. A.M. Best gives Medico a rating of A- excellent. Financial stability usually correlates with quicker claims payment and lower rate increases.

A.M. Best Rating A-
Standard & Poor’s Rating No Rating
Moody’s Rating No Rating

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Medico Medicare Supplement rates are attractive to Medicare beneficiaries. They have a lighter underwriting requirement than many of its competitors.

They don’t have a pre-existing condition clause is peace of mind for anyone having existing conditions and concerns.

FAQs

What Medicare Supplements does Medico offer?

The plan choices include Plans A, F, G, and N. Medico also offers high deductible F and G plans in some areas.

Does Medico offer plans for people on Medicaid and Medicare?

No! If you have Medicare and Medicaid, fill out our online request form. We’ll have an agent contact you and go over Medicare Advantage options that’ll coordinate and give you additional benefits.

What doctors can I use on my Medico plan?

Since your plan is secondary to Medicare, you retain the freedom to choose any doctor that accepts Medicare. The majority of health care providers accept Medicare.

Will my rates increase with Medico?

All Medigap plans will see an annual increase. This increase is related to the claims history. Fortunately, since the company has a strong financial rating, the rate increases should be lower and more stable than many other companies.

How to Enroll in a Medico Medicare Plan

You can either give us a call or fill out our online request form. We’ll be glad to assist you with your questions and enrollment. We can look up your prescriptions and doctors, assess your needs, and assist with finding the right plan for you.

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by Lindsay Malzone, Lindsay Malzone is the Medicare expert for Medigap.com. She's been contributing to many well-known publications as an industry expert since 2017. Her passion is educating Medicare beneficiaries on all their supplemental Medicare options so they can make an informed decision on their healthcare coverage.