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Select the Medicare Supplement Plan that is best suited for your needs, then select when you want it to start.
Medicare Coverage
Why Medicare is not enough with todays healthcare costs!  Getting coverage can save you tens of thousands of dollars.   Medicare does not have a stop loss.  Parts A and B only cover so much and you are responsible for the remaining balances unless you have a Mediare Supplement Plan in place. 

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  • When should I sign up for Medicare and How? ​​                                                                                                  
  • How do I find out what each Medicare Supplment Plan covers and which one is best for me.                                                         
  • Will my doctor, hospital, and prescriptions be covered and what if I get a letter from a provider and my insurance company is not listed?                                                          
  • What does Original Medicare not cover?                  
  • What can I do if I am retiring and my employer coverage is ending?
Part A (Confinement)
Hospital

  1. Deductible
    Part A Deductible reoccurrs every 60 days from the first day of being admitted into the hospital.
    If you are admitted for three days into the hospital, then readmitted three months later. Then the Part A deductilbe must be met again.
  2. Copays
    Occurring in the 61-90 day you will have a copay per day of $304 and a higher copay of $608 for 91-150.
    Starting the 61st day of any continuation or readmission of the first 60 days. You will have copays through 150 days. After 150 days Medicare does not cover any remaining days.
  3. Skilled Nursing
    A confined step down unit bed or nursing care needed for rehabilitation and therapy.
    Day 1-20 are covered by Medicare and copays start from day 21-100 of $151.
  4. Hospice
    Services leave with paying 5% co-insurance and prescriptions could have another cost.
    Cost of services vary based on life expectancy and need of care.
Part B
Medical
  1. Deductible
    A calendar year deductible starting over every January 1.
    In 2017, the deductible is $183.
  2. Co-Insurance
    Medicare pays 80% after the deductible
    You will be billed the remaining 20% along with any excess charges up to 15%.
  3. Home Healthcare
    Medicare pays 80% after the deductible for mobility and durable equipment
    You will be billed the remaining 20%. If you receive Home Healthcare, the services will be paid at 100% of the cost.
  1. What does Original Medicare really cover? I found out which options were available to me. Then I found the plan that was right for me! Check your options and don't cut yourself short in coverage or you could leave yourself over paying for the same coverage.

Medicare Supplement Plans
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  2. Original Medicare Coverage vs Most Popular Medicare Supplement Plans
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  3. Parts of Medicare, Medciare Supplements, and Extra Benefits
    Parts of Medicare, Medciare Supplements, and Extra Benefits
    The four parts of Medicare broken down with information regarding Medicare Supplements in comparison with Medicare Plans.
Do I need a prescription drug plan?
Find out which plans cover my prescriptions?
While having Original Medicare and having a Medicare Supplement or not, you may want to look into a stand alone prescription drug plan.  If you do not take any medications, it maybe wise to take low cost prescription drug so you will not be penalized later if you do end up needing a high cost prescription drug later on.  If you have VA benefits or group coverage, you can be relieved of this penalty with proof of having your coverage during the time frame you have been on Medicare.
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