Costs of Medigap Policies

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If you buy a Medicare SELECT policy: Medicare SELECT is a type of Medigap policy sold by some insurance companies in some states. If you buy a Medicare SELECT policy, you are buying one of the 10 standardized Medigap Plans A through N. Medicare SELECT policies require you to use specific hospitals and, in some cases, specific doctors to get full insurance benefits (except in an emergency). Generally, Medicare SELECT policies cost less than other Medigap policies. If you have a Medicare SELECT policy and you don’t use a Medicare SELECT hospital or doctor for non-emergency services, your costs will be higher. You will have to pay some or all of what Medicare doesn’t pay. Medicare will pay its share of approved charges no matter which hospital or doctor you choose.
Source: medicare.gov

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