We have heard about Medicare supplemental insurance companies through our friends, doctors, or even relatives. However, do we know the ones that make an impact on our choices? Let AskHPM experts take you through an overview of the companies in this space today.
There are quite a few Medicare supplemental insurance companies available in the market today. However, it is crucial to understand the service providers before investing in any of the Medigap plans. The following list shows the companies that provide insurance policy plans from A to N, including those with a high deductible.
- United Healthcare Insurance Company/AARP
- Aetna Life Insurance Company
- Blue Cross of CA or Anthem Blue Cross
- California Physicians or Blue Shield of CA
- Cigna Health & Life Insurance Company
- Mutual of Omaha
- Bankers Fidelity
- State Farm
Please note, we do not favor any particular plan mentioned above. It is purely to give shoppers an idea about the different available companies in the market today. Medicare supplemental medical insurance applies to individuals who have opted for the Original Medicare Part A and Part B plan. Any senior with a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Part C plan will not be eligible to opt for Medigap plans.
All the plans are standardized and offer the same coverage and benefits across different states by private insurance companies and not the government. The cost may vary, but the benefits will not. With the current Medicare changes, Part C and Part F are no longer offered to new enrollees but continue to be applicable for existing people.
AskHPM helps you understand the plans, coverage, and Medicare supplemental medical insurance cost of all plans that apply to you. Log in to www.askhpm.com or call us on (844) 696-3975 today.