Medicare Supplemental Insurance
Medigap; an additional standardized program offered by private insurance companies intended to cover costs that original Medicare does not cover.
Medicare Supplemental Insurance Articles
Senior Travel: Should You Get a Medigap Policy?
Many people plan to travel after retirement, but you may not be covered for prescriptions, routine treatments, or a healthcare emergency depending on your destination and the nature of your Medicare coverage.6 Comments
Helping A Loved One Enroll in Medicare: Where to Start?
Understand the enrollment options and the basics of the Medicare system to save you and your family a great deal of money on healthcare costs.0 Comments
How to Sign Up a Loved One for Medicare
Individuals enroll in Medicare during a period called “Initial Enrollment” that begins three months before the month they turn 65. During this time there are many decisions that need to be made.Take the time to explore the all coverage options under this program and how they work together.0 Comments
How to Pay for In-Home Care
Use this guide to explore all your options, such as insurance coverage, benefits and out-of-pocket sources, that can be used to pay for home care.26 Comments
Medicare Supplemental Insurance Questions
What is the best secondary insurance to Medicare?4 Comments
Why does Mom need a secondary insurance when she has Medicare Primary and Medicaid?3 Comments
Does anyone offer assistance in choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan?3 Comments
Insurance answer needed - we're paying additional $4000 after Medicare and the policy has not paid any of the billing.4 Comments