Compare Medicare supplement plans using the Medigap Plan comparison chart below. This chart is reprinted directly from Medicare’s Guide to Health Insurance for people with Medicare (click picture to enlarge). The great thing about Medicare supplement plans is that they are standardized by the federal government. That means you can review this chart below, find the plan that covers the set of benefits you want, and then go shop rates for that plan with various insurance companies.
While Plan F and Plan G are the two most popular Medigap plans, we’ve seen more and more people get interested in Plan N in recent years. Plan N offers lower premiums if you are willing to do a bit of cost-sharing.
Our agency can also provide you a customized report to compare Medicare supplement plans in your zip code. We’ll help you compare current rates but also compare each company’s recent rate increases so you can choose a carrier with stable long term rates. Just click the orange button at the bottom of the page to request your free comparison.
If you already know which plan you want, but are looking for reviews of insurance companies you are considering, click here to read our reviews.
Compare Medicare Supplement Plans
Medicare publishes a booklet each year that includes this chart allowing you to compare Medicare supplement plans side by side. The most recent edition for 2016 has this chart published below.
Medicare Supplement Plans Comparison
The Medigap Plans comparison chart above compares all of the Medicare supplement plans side by side. This allows you to see which ones have the most benefits, and which ones cover the least. As mentioned above, Plan F and Plan G cover the highest percentage of benefits, leaving you with very little out of pocket. Also, another feature that many people love about Medigap plans is that they allow you to see any doctor that participates in Medicare. You will have access to hundreds of thousands of providers across the United States.
Visiting a doctor is easy with Medigap plans because it doesn’t matter which insurance company your Medigap plan is through. As long as the doctor accepts Medicare, he will accept your Medicare supplement too.
If you are new to Medicare and are still learning about benefits under Medicare and Medigap plans, don’t miss our new to Medicare page where you can sign up for our New to Medicare mini-email course. to get some some great tips on when to enroll, how to enroll, and where to find the coverage that best fits you. Once you learn the basics and understand what your Original Medicare benefits cover, it’s much easier to choose the right supplement. We provide a free report so you can compare Medigap plans on prices, financial ratings and even the history of each plan’s rate increases.
For free help with what these benefits cover, reach out to us for free assistance at (855) 732-9055 today!
To continue learning about Medicare supplements and what they cover, go next to: Medicare Plan F where you can read why Plan F is the most popular plan in the nation.