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Medicare Supplement (MediGap) & More

Basic Medicare insurance leaves many gaps in terms of the costs you’ll incur with Medicare. Those “gaps” are where the term MediGap comes from. MediGap—also known as Medicare Supplement—offers additional coverage on top of standard Medicare insurance to help cover costs such as deductibles and other out-of-pocket expenses.  Private insurance companies offer these additional coverages, which means they are competing for your business. Using ConsumerCoverage to help you compare rates will ensure you get the most for your money. Get covered!

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Medicare Parts

Medicare Coverage At-a-Glance

Medicare Part A

Inpatient care in a hospital, skilled nursing facility care, nursing home care (inpatient care in a skilled nursing facility not custodial or long-term care), hospice care and home health care.

Medicare Part C

A.k.a. Advantage Plans. Offered by private insurance companies and must offer at minimum the same coverages provided by Medicare parts A & B but frequently offers some other services and options.

Medicare Part B

Medically necessary and preventative services (doctor visits), clinical research, ambulance services, durable medical equipment (DME), mental health (inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization) and limited outpatient prescription drugs.

Medicare Part D

Drug coverage offered by insurance companies but regulated by Medicare through a formulary of drugs which must be covered.
Covered Medicare Services

What Additional Medicare Coverage Can Provide You

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Home Health Care Services
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Hospital Care Benefits
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Cataract Surgery Covered by Medicare
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Chiropractic Coverage
Medicare Parts A & B will cover the following services:
Because Medicare does not pay for home health care, you may benefit from Medicare Parts A & B, which cover the follow at-home expenses:
  • Delivered meals, homemaker services, or personal care.
  • Intermittent or part-time occasional skilled nursing care or home health aide, physical, occupational or speech therapy and medical social services.

    Get Covered for Hospital Care
    Patients who are expected to survive six months or less and whose focus is agreed (by the patient) to be palliative care only can receive coverage.

      Get Covered for Cataract Surgery
      Benefit from coverage by Medicare Part B for outpatient cataract surgery. This coverage includes one pair of standard frame eyeglasses or contact lenses if needed after surgery.

        Get Covered for Chiropractic Care
        This coverage is limited to chiropractic care if medically necessary and usually limited to only spinal alignments but not x-rays, massages, or other services like acupuncture.

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          Plan Info

          Medicare Plan information

          A plan offered by an insurance company that mirrors Medicare Parts A&B but can also offer additional services and coverage.
          From October 15th through December 7th every year, Medicare eligible or Medicare enrollees are offered the opportunity to evaluate part of their Medicare coverage. This applies specifically to those individuals who have purchased Medicare Advantage, Part C or Part D from a private insurer. This period allows those individuals to compare plans and make changes for the coming year if they desire to.
          Many plans are available right here that are stand-alone Part D prescription coverage or can be blended with another Medicare coverage policy.
          Plans offered by insurance companies that offer payment for costs that are not covered by Medicare.
          Medicare has limited coverage for nursing home coverage and has very specific requirements which must be met in order to qualify. Consult Medicare’s website medicare.gov
          or an insurance professional at ConsumerCoverage for more information.
          Long-term care coverage such as a nursing home or skilled care facilities are not fully covered or not covered at all by Medicare. It is best to explore the plans for such care before you retire to be prepared.