Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as MediGap, are supplemental insurance policies sold by private companies to help you pay some of the copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles that Medicare does not cover. MediGap also supplements your health
care insurance when you travel outside of the United States.
MediGap Supplemental Insurance is a great way to obtain full health coverage for people over 64.5 years old and already have Medicare parts A and B. However it's important to remember that you have to pay the additional premiums on a MediGap policy as
Medicare does not cover any of those additional costs.
MediGap policies also do not cover private-duty nursing, long term care, hearing aids, dental, eyeglasses, vision care, and most MediGap plans do not cover prescriptions. MediGap Plans A – N are labeled as "Standard" plans which offer various levels of
health coverage. New subscribers can no longer get plans E, H, I, and J.
If you pay your MediGap Premium on time, your plan is guaranteed renewable even if you have health issues. You can buy MediGap Plans at any time and the cost of your policy is dependent on factors such as where you buy it from, your age, and where you
If you're looking for a New MediGap Policy or want to add coverage to an existing one, simply fill out the contact form and one of our licensed insurance agent partners will contact you to find the right MediGap Plan that's right for you. Start Now!
The Medicare plans represented are PDP, HMO, PPO or PFFS plans with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in plans depends on contract renewal. Enrollment in a plan may be limited to certain times of the year unless you qualify for a special election period, or you are in your Medicare Initial Election Period. Not all plans offer all of the benefits mentioned. $0 premium plans are not available in all areas. Enrollees must continue to pay their Medicare Part B Premium. Deductibles, copay and coinsurance may apply. We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.