The Medicare Supplement Plans Comparison Chart is updated annually by Medicare.gov. Our Medigap Benefits Chart uses data from Medicare.gov and is up-to-date for 2022.
Federal and State laws make it easy to compare Medicare Supplement plans. Medicare law says companies must identify Medigap Plans by letter. If you were eligible for Medicare before 2020, you could have bought any of these ten Medicare Plans: A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, and N.
However, people newly eligible for Medicare starting January 1, 2020 could only buy one of these eight Medicare Plans: A, B, D, G, K, L, M, and N. In other words, people who enroll in a Medicare Supplement plan for the first time in 2022 will not be allowed to get Plans C or F. Moreover, the most comprehensive Medigap Plans available for you are Plan G and Plan N.
Unsure which plan is right for you? Senior Healthcare Direct can help you with your Medicare supplemental insurance comparison. Our highly experienced professionals can help you determine which plan is right for your specific needs based on your personal circumstances. Let us provide a personalized Medicare Supplement comparison to help determine which level of care and combination of policies works for your medical needs as well as your budget. Reach out to us today to compare Medicare Supplement plans. We’re happy to help!
Medigap Comparison Chart
You can use the Medigap Benefits chart for a side-by-side comparison of Medicare Supplement Plans A – N. Plans with 100% provide full benefit coverage. However, some plans only have partial benefit coverage, such as 80%, 75%, and 50%.
Plans with X do not cover that particular benefit. If you were newly eligible for Medicare starting on or after January 1, 2020, then Plan C and Plan F are not available to you. However, beneficiaries who had Plans C or F before 2020 can keep them. A personalized Medigap plan comparison is always better – let us help you compare policies.
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