Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
Medicare Supplement INSURANCE Plans Defined
Medicare Parts A and B cover 80 percent of the costs of basic medical care and hospital treatments. The remaining 20 percent must usually be paid out-of-pocket. However, Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans cover the out-of-pocket medical costs that Medicare does not cover. Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans should not be confused with Medicare Advantage Insurance Plans, which replace Medicare Parts A and B. In fact, individuals who have a Medicare Advantage Insurance Plan may not enroll in a Medicare Supplement Plan.
Medicare Supplement Components
Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans are also known as “Medigap” plans because they are designed to address the coverage gap created by the out-of-pocket costs that Medicare does not cover. The combination of Medicare and a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan provides full coverage for basic medical care and inpatient hospital treatment, providing patients with financial peace of mind.
Medicare Supplement Insurers
Fidelis works with top Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan providers. Specific providers and coverage vary by state.
Our Consultation Process
Fidelis strives to take the guesswork out of the selection a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan. Our agents consider each patient’s needs along with the plans available in his or her state to determine the best possible Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan. We also follow up periodically to ensure that the chosen plan is still the best one – or work with patients to select different plans if needed. Submit your information below and I will contact you about your Medicare coverage options. This is a solicitation for insurance.
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This is not a complete listing of plans available in your service area. For a complete listing, please contact 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/7 days a week or consult www.medicare.gov