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Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans Available in Michigan

Michigan Medicare enrollees who are signed up for Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, may find that not all their health care expenses are covered.  To cover the gaps that are left with Medicare Michigan participants can choose to enroll in one of ten different Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans, otherwise known as Medigap.  These expenses can include copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, and other extra healthcare expenses.

It is best to enroll in Medigap insurance plans during your six-month open enrollment period which begins the first day of the month you turn sixty-five and are enrolled in both Medicare Part A and Part B.  During this period, if you have any medical problems, you are still able to sign up for Medicare supplemental insurance plans in Michigan.  There is no medical underwriting required during the open enrollment period, premiums are not based on pre-existing conditions, and choosing a plan is completely up to you.

Once the six-month open enrollment period has…

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