Part C Medicare Supplements

 

 

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Part C/E

A plan that fills the gaps of Medicare part A, B, and/or D. Co-payments are paid when medical services are used. Most plans offer extra benefits that Original Medicare doesn’t cover like vision, hearing, dental, and more.

You can choose between Part C and E:

Medicare Advantage

Part C

Medigap/Medicare Supplement

Part E

This plan also increases original medicare coverage and may include prescription drug coverage. You will also be subject to:

  • Copays
  • Coinsurance
  • Deductibles

How much does Medigap cost?

This is typically lower cost and some plans may be $0/month. Keep in mind that other costs such as coinsurance and deductibles are typically higher than medigap.

Maximum Out Of Pocket

-In Network: $7,550

-Out of Network (PPO Only): $11,300

This plan fills the gaps of Medicare part A and B, increasing coverage. This plan is paid for by monthly or annual premiums. A Medicare Supplement Insurance  can help pay for some of the costs of health care that original medicare such as:

  • Copays
  • Coinsurance
  • Deductibles

How much does Medigap cost?

This is a monthly premium payment and the cost can change every year. They can start at $100 per month.

If you are already enrolled in Original Medicare and are looking for an Advantage Plan.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some answers to frequently asked questions about Medicare Part C/E.

Is the Medicare network the same for all Part C/E plans?

No. The private insurance companies that administer Part C/E plans manage their networks. When shopping for a Medicare Advantage plan, it’s a good idea to check and see if doctors and hospitals you prefer are in the network.

Will I need to choose a primary care provider for a Part C/E plan?

That depends. Some Part C/E plans, such as health maintenance organizations (HMOs) may require it.

When can I enroll in a Part C/E plan?

You can enroll in a Part C/E plan as soon as you become eligible for Medicare. If you choose to delay because you still have coverage through an employer, you may qualify for a special enrollment period later on. There’s also an open enrollment period from January 1 through March 31. During this time, you can choose a Medicare Advantage plan for the first time or switch plans.

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Enrollment Dates

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Part A & B

Part D