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Improve Your Medicare Coverage with a Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plan

Medicare covers the basic healthcare needs of seniors in America.  However, a Medicare supplemental insurance plan can be purchased as additional protection to avoid financial ruin if you should become injured or sick.  Medicare supplemental insurance plans are also known as Medigap.

Supplemental insurance plans provide additional coverage that pays costs that Medicare doesn’t.
These costs may include copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles. It may also cover insurance for travel outside of the USA. If you wish to enroll in a Medicare supplemental insurance plan it’s important to know that you are obtaining insurance coverage from a private company.

Enrollees are often curious as to how Medigap insurance works when they are already enrolled in Original Medicare. Medicare will first pay its share of the Medicare-approved amount of your healthcare costs and then whatever it not covered, depending on the supplemental plan you choose, a portion or all will be paid by your Medigap policy.

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