What is Medicare Supplement Insurance?
Medicare Supplement insurance is private health insurance that helps cover some of the out-of-pocket costs
not covered by Original Medicare. Read more to learn about the benefits of Medicare Supplement Insurance.
Medicare Supplement Insurance continued
Flexible plans & options
In most states, there are 10 Medicare Supplement insurance plans to choose from, so you can find one that works for you.1See our plans.
Standardized & regulated coverage
State and Federal governments regulate Medicare Supplement insurance, meaning plans are standardized and must include specific benefits.2 Any doctor or health care provider that accepts Medicare patients, must also accept Medicare Supplement Insurance plans.
You will not have to complete a medical exam when enrolling in your Medicare Supplement Insurance during open enrollment period. You can apply and enroll over the phone in minutes. As soon as your application is approved and issued, you’re covered.How to enroll.
Medicare Supplement Insurance structure
Here’s the basic structure
Each standardized Medicare Supplement insurance plan offers the same basic benefits
. Plans A through G have limited out-of-pocket costs, with a higher premium. Plan N is a cost-sharing plan with higher out-of-pocket costs, at a lower premium.
What Medicare Supplement Insurance plans don't cover:
Vision and dental care