Which Medicare Supplement Plan Is Best For Me?

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Medicare Quizzes & Trivia

In one of our more serious “quizzes” on the site, we know that choosing the right medicare supplement plan can be a daunting task. But if you answer the following five questions truthfully, we will personally recommend one for you.


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Medicare Supplement Plan F

Plan F is the most comprehensive Medicare Supplement Plan, and is great for people who do not mind paying a little extra for a plan that will cover them very well. With Plan F, there are no co-pays, no deductibles, and you can choose any doctor or hospital within the United States that accepts Medicare. Call us now to get signed up for Plan F today at (800) 351-6603.

Medicare Supplement Plan G

Medicare Supplement Plan G is a great option for people who want a comprehensive policy, although are more cost conscious and want to get the "best deal" possible. Plan G is a great value because it has all the exact same identical benefits at the more comprehensive Plan F, although Plan G does not pay for the Medicare Part B deductible ($162 in 2011). Plan G also enables you to choose any doctor or hospital within the United States that accepts Medicare. There are no co-pays with Plan G. To get signed up for your Plan G call us at (800) 351-6603 today!

Medicare Supplement Plan N

Medicare Supplement Plan N is one of the most economical plans available and offers the greatest cost savings opportunity as apposed to other Medicare Supplement Plans. Plan N requires you to pay up-to a $20 co-pay for office visits, and up-to a $50 co-pay for emergency room visits if you are not admitted to the hospital. Plan N also requires you to pay the annual Medicare Part B deductible of $162 (in 2011). To get signed up for your Plan N today call us at (800) 351-6603.

Medicare Supplement Plan A

Medicare Supplement Plan A is the most basic Medicare Supplement Plan, and offers the lowest amount of coverage as compared with the other Medicare Supplement Plans. Plan A does not provide coverage for the Medicare Part A Hospital Deductible of $1,132 (2011) per occurrence. Plan A also does not provide coverage for the Medicare Part B Deductible ($162 in 2011), and does not cover the Medicare Part B co-insurance of 20% (Medicare Part B only pays 80%). Plan A is great for people looking to obtain the absolute minimum coverage. People looking at Plan A should also look at "Plan N" as it is more comprehensive and usually very close in price. To get signed up for your Plan A today, please call us at (800) 351-6603.

Medicare Supplement Plan C

Medicare Supplement Plan C is the second most comprehensive policy, with "Plan F" being the most comprehensive. Plan C covers all the major gaps left by Medicare, including coverage for the Medicare Part A Hospital Deductible ($1,132 in 2011), Medicare Part B Deductible ($162 in 2011), and has no co-pays. With Plan C, you can choose any doctor or hospital within the United States that accepts Medicare. Plan C also provides coverage for the 20% not covered by Medicare. Medicare Supplement Plan C does not provide coverage for "excess charges". An excess charge is the additional 15% that a doctor is allowed to charge, over and above the Medicare approved portion.To get signed up for your Plan C today, call us at (800) 351-6603!

Medicare Supplement Plan D

Medicare Supplement Plan D is a great choice for people looking to save money on their supplement insurance, without jeopardizing important benefits. Plan D will provide you coverage for all the largest gaps in Medicare insurance. Plan D will cover your Medicare Part A Hospital Deductible ($1,132 in 2011), and will enable you to choose any doctor or hospital within the U.S. that accepts Medicare. Supplement Plan D will also pay the 20% not covered by Medicare. Plan D will not pay the annual Medicare Part B Deductible ($162 in 2011), and will not cover "excess charges" - the additional 15% of cost that a doctor can charge if he does not accept full payment by Medicare.To learn more & get signed up for your Plan D today, call (800) 351-6603.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Do you want coverage for the Medicare Part A Hospital Deductible ($1,132 in 2011)?
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

  • 2. 
    Do you want coverage for the Medicare Part B Deductible ($162 in 2011)?
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

  • 3. 
    Do you want to save money by having a plan with co-pays for doctor office & hospital visits?
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

  • 4. 
    Would you like to be able to use any hospital or doctor nationwide?
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

  • 5. 
    Do you want to have coverage for "excess charges"? Excess charges: The additional 15% of cost a doctor can charge who does not accept full payment by Medicare (not accepting assignment).
    • A. 

      Yes

    • B. 

      No

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