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Medicare supplements


Everything you need to know ...

Learn How Medicare Coverage Works
You have options beyond Original Medicare.

Use these steps to help you decide which coverage is right for you. 

Learn about the different types of coverage



Medicare Advantage Plan
Original Medicare


This coverage can't be combined with a Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policy.

Learn about Medicare Part D

Learn about Medicare Part D

Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)
May be included as part of a Medicare Advantage plan. Can be added to Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement plans, a Private Fee-for-Service (PFFS) plan without presrciption drug coverage, some Medicare Cost Plans or Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plans.

Learn about Medicare Supplement Insurance

Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)

This coverage isn't allowed with Medicare Advantage Plans

  • Work with Original Medicare Parts A and B

  • Offered by private insurers

  • Help pay costs not covered by Original         Medicare like deductibles and coinsurance

  • Must be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B


Medicare Supplements (Medigap plans) Overview

This short video can help you understand Medicare:


What does a Medicare Supplement Plan Offer?


  • Freedom to choose your doctors and hospitals 

  • The flexibilty to move to a different state without having to cancel or terminate coverage

  • Coverage within the U.S. Some plans even help cover medical emergencies when traveling outside of the U.S.


Is there a monthly premium?


Yes, you pay your Medicare Supplement premium in addition to your Part B and Part A premiums, if you have them.


How do I switch from a Medicare Advantage plan to a Medicare Supplement plan?


Easy: apply for a Medicare Supplement policy, and ensure that you can leave the Medicare Advantage Plan before your new plan begins.


Is there anything Medicare Supplements don't cover?


They do not cover the following:



Can I purchase a Medicare Supplement plan if I have a Medicare Medical Savings Account?


No, it's illegal for anyone to sell you a Medicare Supplement plan if you have a Medicare Medical Savings (MSA) plan.

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