New To Medicare?
Medicare is as easy as A, B, C … and D
Medicare Supplement (or Medigap) plans are designed to help fill the gaps in Original Medicare coverage. Medigap plans are sold by private insurance companies to people already enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B. The alphabet-soup analogy really holds true for Medigap plans because there are options running from Medigap Plan A all the way to Plan N.
One Medigap plan you’ll definitely want to check out is the highly popular Plan F, designed to fill all the high-risk gaps in basic Medicare coverage. With Plan F you won’t have to worry about paying one penny out of pocket for any Medicare-approved hospital or medical costs including deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance charges. Plan F covers all Medicare-approved costs not covered by Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B.
Although insurance companies offering the same Medigap plans have to offer the same benefits, companies are free to apply their own pricing and underwriting practices. Underwriting practices can vary in the same way from company to company for all the Medicare options extending beyond Original Medicare Part A and Part B. As a result, it’s important to shop the market before settling on any Medigap, Medicare Advantage, or other optional Medicare policy. Nobody can shop the market on your behalf better than our representatives. Call toll-free (877) 413-1556 for a free quote.
If you’re under 65 and eligible for Medicare due to disability,
You’ll need to know all about Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or SSD), a payroll-funded program to supplement the income of those unable to work due to disability. SSDI can make all the difference financially if disability makes it impossible for you earn a living. Get a free SSD evaluation and call MedicareMall toll-free if you’d like more information about Social Security Disability Insurance.
Medicare can go a long way toward helping you maintain your good health—if you have the experience and knowledge to take advantage of it. If you’re new to Medicare, contact MedicareMall now and let us save you money and lead you with confidence through the Medicare maze!
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