Florida Medicare Supplemental Insurance
If you live in Florida and have basic Medicare health coverage, you may find that you have to pay more for your health care costs than you can afford. Because there are certain health needs that Medicare does not cover, private insurance companies are able to offer two different customized options that Medicare users can purchase to help lower the cost of health care. Medigap insurance pays some additional costs, such as co-pays and deductibles, and may also cover services not covered or fully covered by Medicare. Medicare Advantage are totally custom and cover as much or as little of your costs as you choose. You must have Medicare in order to qualify for Medigap.
Medicare Supplement Rates
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Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare
2017 Florida Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
The key to finding the perfect plan is to have all of the information in front of you so you can compare plans. Keep in mind, there are significant differences between lettered plans and it makes sense to review everything to ensure you’re making the best choice. Some plans provide coverage if you travel outside the United States, others do not. At Secure Health Options, we can help you locate these options with Florida Blue so you can have all the information you need to make the right decision, easily and conveniently.
Find the best Florida Medicare Supplement for Your Needs
There are only a few requirements that you have to meet to be eligible to enroll into a Medigap plan. The first is that you have to be at least 65 years old, but a few states have exceptions to this rule. It is important to note that only those individuals who are enrolled in Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Part B) are allowed to purchase a Medicare supplement policy. Those who are enrolled in Medicare Advantage (Medicare Part C) are not allowed to do so as it would constitute a duplication of benefits. Therefore, if you are currently enrolled in Medicare Advantage, you will not be allowed to purchase a Florida Medicare supplement insurance plan unless you transfer back over to Original Medicare.