Of the ten Medigap policies available, Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plan A is the basic policy. All Medicare Supplement Insurance Companies are required to offer Medigap Part A. Not all insurance companies carry all of the Medigap policies.
However, in order for you to purchase any of the Medigap policies, you must have Medicare Part A and Part B.
All Medigap insurance policies are regulated by the federal government. This means that any Medigap Part A policy you buy will provide the same coverage no matter where you purchase it. However, Medigap policy costs vary. Thankfully for you, MedicareSupplementalInsurance.com has some of the best rates around – so look no further! But it is our recommendation to you that you evaluate the policies and see what best fits your needs.
Being the basic policy, Medicare Supplemental Plan A provides less coverage than the other standardized Medigap plans. But those on a budget or those who are covered by Medicare Insurance because of a disability may find it a good option.
Medigap Plan A covers only the Basic Benefits portion of standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans.
When choosing a Medigap insurance policy, consider not only your health today, but also what your health may be in the future. If you have any further questions, we can answer them immediately. Just fill out the form above and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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