Indiana Medicare Supplements

Indiana Medigap Or Medicare Supplement Insurance Is Designed To Cover The Gaps In Original Medicare.

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Deductibles And Coinsurance Excess Charge Items Not Covered In Medicare

Indiana Medicare Supplement Insurance Is Run By Private Insurance Companies Approved By Medicare.

Medicare Supplement Insurance Companies Can Sell Any Of The Ten Standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans To You.

In Indiana, Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Are Standardized And Identified As Letters A Through N.

All The Standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Give Same Basic Benefits And Do Not Change With The Company.

It Is Not Mandatory For Insurance Companies To Offer Every Plan In Standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans I.E. From A Through N.

Only One Person Is Covered In Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans So You Need To Buy Medigap Policy Separately For Your Spouse

License Issued To The Agent Must Be Authorized By State Of Indiana, Division Of Insurance.

Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Is Renewable If You Pay The Premiums Regularly

Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Enrollment Period Starts From The First Day Of The Month In Which A Citizen Of Turns 65 Or Older.

Changes In Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans In 2010

In 2010 New Laws Have Brought Many Changes In The Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans.

Some Of The Main Features Are

  • Hospice Part A Coinsurance Will Be Offered As Basic Benefit.
  • Plan K, L And N Will Pay Some Portion Of Part B Coinsurance And Copayments Resulting In Low Premiums.
  • Plans M And N Are The New Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Offered.
  • If You Buy Plans D And G On Or After June 1,2010,Their Benefits Are Different Than The Prior Ones
  • Plans E, H, I And J Are Not Sold After May2010.They Continue To Benefit People Those Who Have Previously Bought It.
  • According To New Laws From June 1, 2010, Every Insurance Company Must Offer Plan A And Plan C Or Plan F With Any Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans They Sell.

Plans Not Covered By Indiana Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Medicare Prescription Drug Plans
  • Medicaid
  • Tricare
  • Benefits Given By Veterans