Original Medicare Part A and B, in most cases, only cover 80% of your medical expenses. The 20% that Medicare doesn't cover can add up to a major amount of money. There are also other benefits that aren't covered at all, such as prescription drug coverage. Medigap helps fill in the gaps where Medicare Gap Insurance leaves off.
Medigap Plans in New Hampshire
Medigap plans in New Hampshire are no different than any other plans in any other state. There are 10 standardized plans that you can choose from if they are available to you in your area. With these plans you can go to any doctor as long as they accept Medicare. If they accept Medicare then they have to accept your Medigap plan. There are 3 plans that I recommend to all of my clients, plans F, G, or N. These plans are good for all different types of situations and price ranges. Medigap plans are standardized which means that no matter what insurance company you go with the plan benefits won't change. The only thing that can change is the price from the insurance companies.
To learn a little more about Medicare and Medicare Supplement plans watch the video, and be sure to pause the video at the end to view the basic Medigap plan table. If you have questions or need more help, talk to a licensed professional who can provide you with free quotes and guide you through your options. Call: 1-800-MEDIGAP/1-800-633-4427.
Medicare in New Hampshire
Medicare in New Hampshire is no different in any of state. There are 4 parts to Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D. Part A of Medicare for the hospitalization. This will cover you 80% if you get admitted into the hospital or skilled nursing facility. Part B of Medicare is for the medical area of Medicare. This will cover you 80% when you go to the doctor, get lab work done, x-rays, or anything outpatient wise. Part C is the Medicare Advantage plans. Some people think they are the secondary insurance to Medicare. But the truth is that this plan will actually take over Part A and B of Medicare and become the Part C or Medicare Advantage plan. Part D is for the medicare prescription drug coverage. This will help if you have any prescriptions you are on. You can call Medicare to find out what plan best fits your needs, and find out if your prescriptions are on the formulary.
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