Here’s a brief overview of how Medicare supplement insurance benefits differs from other coverages.
Enjoy Low Out-of-pocket Costs
Your Medicare supplement and Medicare Parts A and B work together to minimize your share of health care costs. Even unexpected medical events aren’t likely to impact your financial health. Plus, as Medicare deductibles, copayments and coinsurance increase, your Medicare supplement benefits also increase to help meet your eligible expenses (depending on the plan you choose).
No Provider Networks & No Referrals
Keep the same doctors and hospitals. Any healthcare provider that accepts Medicare, accepts our Medicare supplement insurance. You don’t have to worry about finding new network providers, or getting referrals to see specialists.
Rarely Receive a Bill for Covered Services
When your health care providers accept Medicare, they bill Medicare for the approved services. Medicare pays their share and we pay the rest. The entire process is electronic so your claims are paid quickly. And, you virtually don’t write any checks.
Keep the Coverage You Like
Your coverage renews automatically as long as you pay the premiums, and make no material misrepresentations on the application. Premiums are subject to change. Compare plan rates here.
Your Medicare Part A and B and Medicare Supplement Benefits aren’t impacted by the annual Medicare open enrollment period, or the Affordable Care Act annual election period each fall.
Just like Medicare, your Medicare supplement insurance covers your health care needs anywhere in the United States. That way, you can visit family and friends anywhere you choose, and not have to worry about your healthcare needs.
Traveling outside of the United States
Some Medicare supplement plans provide limited coverage for medically necessary emergency care outside of the United States. Plans can be subject to minimum deductibles, coinsurance and co-pays.
Consider Medicare Plan F and Plan G
Side by side, Plans F and G include the same benefits, except Plan G doesn’t pay the $183 Medicare Part B deductible, you do. To compare, add the total annual premium for both plans and add the annual Part B deductible. If you’re willing to pay the Part B deductible yourself, Plan G may be a good option for you.
Consider Dental, Vision Plans, & Hearing Plans
Medicare generally won’t pay for dental, vision or hearing. Many of our seniors have found it beneficial to ask us how we can provide an affordable way to cover routine care as well as the unexpected, which can be inconvenient and expensive.
Cancer Supplemental Coverage
Today millions of families are dealing with cancer. Medical advances have greatly improved the treatment for those diagnosed with cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, 77% of all cancer is diagnosed in people 55 years of age or older.
American men have 1 in 2 lifetime risk of developing cancer. American women have a 1 in 3 chance of developing some form of cancer. With statistics like these, ask yourself “If I were diagnosed with cancer, how would I pay for this costly disease?” We can help.
Lost income, rent, childcare, mortgage, personal or business debt, medical deductibles, co-pays, medicine, experimental treatment.
Life insurance is providing for the people you care about the most. It pays them a sum of money you choose and may help protect them from the financial impact of your death. Social Security only pays a one-time, $250 death benefit.
The proceeds from this type of insurance may help your loved ones pay monthly living expenses, stay in their home and pay off debts, including final expenses. It can also help send a child to college someday, continue a family business or leave a legacy for your favorite charity. Ask us about alternative coverages.