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What is MedSup Insurance? Is it right for you?

Medicare Supplement Insurance, also known as Medigap or MedSup, fills in the gaps in Medicare policies. Private insurers sell MedSup, and you must have Original Medicare (Medicare parts A and B) to get it. It primarily covers the cost of deductibles, co-payments, and co-insurance. Some MedSup policies cover medical care when you are traveling outside of the United States.

If you have Medicare, but would like more protection than what Original Medicare provides, MedSup is probably for you.

To get the best rates on the right MedSup policy, just click on a MedSup article on the right.

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Health Insurance Class is in Session

There's no question health insurance is expensive. It's often worth whatever it costs. Your medical bills will be huge if you or a family member get sick or are injured without insurance.

And if you already have some amount of health insurance? You're not in the clear, either. Having too little or the wrong kind of coverage can be almost as financially devastating as having no insurance.

As such, it's never a bad time to educate--or re-educate, as the case may be--yourself about health insurance.

Many Different Plans

Here's a little refresher of the most common of the major medical plans. Each of which cover a wide array of healthcare needs and include drugs, doctor visits, and hospital care:

  1. Indemnity plans. These tend to be the most flexible of the major medical plans. You choose which doctors or hospitals you visit, and no referrals are required. But they typically require an annual deductible to be paid before your insurance company will start paying on your claims.
  2. Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plans. With a PPO plan, you can visit any "in-network" physician or healthcare provider you wish without a referral. You can receive care outside of the network, too, but if you do so you'll probably pay a higher deductible.
  3. Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plans. If you become part of an HMO, you’ll likely have to choose a primary care provider (PCP). This provider will then manage most of your healthcare needs. This means you’ll need a referral to see a specialist. Also, HMOs often don’t cover (or only barely cover) out-of-network care and services.
  4. Point of Service (POS) plans. In a nutshell, these plans combine elements of the HMO and PPO models. Like an HMO, you’ll need to choose a PCP,. But like a PPO, you can go to out-of-network care providers, too. And if your PCP refers you in such cases, the health plan may cover the cost.

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