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There are 10 Medigap plans available to you. These plans are all 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. The insurance companies can charge different rates for each plan. There are 3 plans that I recommend to all of my clients and those plans are F, G, and N. These plans are all different and they are all good for different situations and different price ranges. The Plan F is the best plan that you can get, you are 100% covered after Medicare pays their part. The only thing that you have to pay for out of pocket is the monthly premium. The Plan G is the second best plan that is available to you. With this plan you are going to have to pay for the monthly premium and also the Part B deductible of $166 per year. You do not have copayments or coinsurance costs. The Plan N is a little different from the other 2. With the Plan N you are still going to have to pay for the Part B deductible along with the Part B excess charges. What that means is that when you go to the doctor, they can charge you up to 15% of the medicare-approved charges. If you ever go to the doctor you could have up to a $20 copay. If you go to the Emergency Room then you could have up to a $50 copay if you don’t get admitted into the hospital.
Medicare in Rhode Island
Medicare in Rhode Island is no different than Medicare in any other state. There are 4 parts to Medicare, Parts A, B, C, and D. The Part A of Medicare is the inpatient or hospitalization part. If you go into the hospital then that’s where the part A comes in. The Part B of Medicare is the outpatient part of Medicare, this part is for when you either go to the doctor, get x-rays, lab work, or anything outside of the hospital. Part C or as people call it Medicare Advantage plans. These plans aren’t really a secondary insurance plan, it really just takes over your Original Medicare Part A and B and becomes it’s own plan. Part D of Medicare is the prescription drug coverage part. This helps take care of your prescription drugs that you take.
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