Medicare Supplements (Medigap policies) work together with your original Medicare coverage, filling the "gaps" (deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments) in your Medicare Part A (in-patient or hospital insurance) and Part B (out-patient or physician insurance) coverage.
Yes. Medicare provides a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for people who left their Medicare Supplement (Medigap plan) and joined a Medicare Advantage plan for the first time nut and now within the 12-month trial period wish to return to their Medicare Supplement
Like other Medicare beneficiaries, if you are enrolled in a Medicare Supplement or Medigap policy, you will need to join a separate stand-alone Medicare Part D plan (PDP) if you wish to have prescript . . .
Unlike other Medicare Initial Enrollment Periods, the Open Enrollment Period
for Medicare Supplements or Medigap policies begins when you first have
both Medicare Part A (have turned 65) and Medic . . .
No. It is an illegal insurance practice for an agent to sell you a Medicare Supplement or Medigap policy if the agent knows that you are already enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan - unless your Med . . .
Currently, no Medigap policies with drug coverage are being sold. However, you may have joined a Medigap policy in the past that includes drug coverage.
If you currently have a Medigap policy that co . . .