How to compare Medigap policies

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Medicare Supplement Plan F

Medicare Supplement Plan F is generally regarded as the most comprehensive plan out of the 10 Medicare Supplement (Medigap) policies available in most states. Its extensive coverage makes this a popular plan for beneficiaries who want broader assistance with out-of-pocket costs in Original Medicare; however, this also means that premiums may be more expensive. Because Plan F covers most remaining hospital and doctor costs after Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) has paid its share, it’s possible for beneficiaries with this plan to not have any or minimal other hospital and medical expenses.
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Medicare Supplement Plan F

* A benefit period begins on the first day you receive services as an inpatient in a hospital and ends after you have been out of the hospital and have not received skilled care in any other facility for 60 days in a row. ** NOTICE: When your Medicare Part A hospital benefits are exhausted, the insurer stands in the place of Medicare and will pay whatever amount Medicare would have paid for up to an additional 365 days as provided in the policy’s “Core Benefits.” During this time the hospital is prohibited from billing you for the balance based on any difference between its billed charges and the amount Medicare would have paid.
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