Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare

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Medicare News And Updates

Have questions about what Medigap plans are? Medigap is a health insurance plan that is sold by a private health insurance provider to supplement Medicare coverage. Medigap is also known as Medicare Supplement (or Supplemental) Insurance. It helps you pay for health insurance expenses that Medicare does not cover. These are essentially “gaps” in Medicare coverage. Medigap’s name originated from
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Medicare News And Updates

Medicare Advantage plans, also called Medicare Part C, are insurance plans offered by private companies approved by Medicare. These plans cover the same services and treatments as original Medicare along with different extras depending on plan type. This isn’t the same as a Medicare Supplement Insurance Policy, known as Medigap, which covers things like copayments, coinsurance and deductibles. Medicare Advantage
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