Just as Medicare is really complicated, Medicare Supplemental Insurance plans are too. Because Medicare coverage is not complete, the vast majority of people (86%) choose to buy some form of additional coverage. Medicare Supplemental insurance policies, or Medigap plans, come in different varieties. In most states, the standardized plans are labeled by letters: A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, and N. (Plans E, H, I, and J are no longer offered.) In some states (Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Massachusetts), they are handled differently. These plans are standardized; that means that all the coverage options are the same no matter which company administers the policy. Discrepancies arise in which option you choose, how much you pay, and who administers the plan.
Experts in Wisconsin Medigap Policies
ePlatinum Health has decades of experience working with the particular Medigap policies available in Wisconsin. We can help you understand the Basic Plan and help you determine what riders you need. Riders can cover Part A & Part B deductibles, and Part B excess charges, for instance. Wisconsin Medigap plans can also help with Original Medicare costs on a 25% or 50% cost-sharing basis. Have one of our independent agents sit down with you and figure out which Wisconsin Medigap plan works best for your needs.
Customizing for Your Needs and Your Budget
It’s important to understand the different options open to you and think through the potential pros and cons of each. Just because a particular plan has low premiums does not necessarily mean it is the best choice. We spend time with you talking about what your present health and financial situation is, and what you can reasonably expect in both areas. We make sure you have all the information and are comfortable with the decision you make.
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