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Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

Medicare Supplement Insurance plans offer coverage along with Original Medicare (Parts A and B). They can help limit your yearly out-of-pocket costs.

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Medicare Supplement Insurance has you covered

A variety of plans to choose


There are many different Medicare Supplement Insurance plans, so it’s important to understand what each plan covers and how federal law affects your eligibility.

Medicare supplement infographic
Medicare Supplement infographic
Medicare supplement infographic

* High-deductible Plan F and Plan G are also available; same benefits apply once calendar-year deductible is paid.

** Plan N requires a $20 copayment for office visits and a $50 copayment for emergency room visits. Copayments do not count toward the annual Part B deductible.
Plans are not available in some states and regions. Check your state’s Medicare Supplement Outline of Coverage for exact plan offerings.

See an outline of coverage

Eligibility checklist

Eligibility checklist

You can apply if you:


  • Live in a state where we offer the policy
  • Have Medicare Parts A and B (and continue to pay your Part B premium)
  • Are age 65 or older or, in some states, under age 65 due to disability or end-stage renal disease (ESRD)

Remember to review:


Choosing a Medigap Policy: A Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare

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Exclusions and Limitations:

1. Loss incurred while your policy is not in force, except as provided in the Extension of Benefits section of your policy;

2. Hospital or Skilled Nursing Facility confinement incurred during a Medicare Part A Benefit Period that begins while this policy is not in force;

3. That portion of any Loss incurred which is paid for by Medicare;

4. Services for non-Medicare Eligible Expenses, including, but not limited to, routine exams, take-home drugs and eye refractions;

5. Services for which a charge is not normally made in the absence of insurance;

6. Loss that is payable under any other Medicare supplement insurance policy or certificate; or

7. Loss that is payable under any other insurance which paid benefits for the same Loss on an expense incurred basis.