What to do when Medigap Plans are Discontinued

Reasons to Switch Your Medigap Plans

Medigap plans are insurance for people over 65 years old, and they pay a portion of medical costs not covered by Medicare coverage. They were designed to fill in gaps left behind by Medicare Part A and B benefits. There are also some additional out-of-pocket expenses that might be paid with your Medigap plan, like co-payments or deductibles on prescriptions.

These plans have been discontinued because new options from private insurers have become available; which include an HMO (health maintenance organization) that covers all doctors visits at no extra cost to you! It’s always best to

You might be concerned about the discontinued Medigap plans. We know that it can be hard to find the right coverage, but there is something out there for everyone!

Discontinued Medigap Plans

Take your time in researching which plan is best for you! It’s worth it to feel confident that you are covered with life insurance now or when needed most.

What if I’m healthy but want protection down the road? Explore what other resources are out there as well – social media groups, online communities, etc.; find an agent who can help answer any questions and provide guidance throughout the process.

Try to keep a positive outlook. It will make the process smoother and less daunting! Don’t forget to let us know if you’re still wrestling with these decisions. We would be happy to help find the right coverage for your needs!

Also, remember that Medicare is not the only way to pay for health care. As a retiree, you qualify for Part A and B of Medicare which covers most medical expenses as well; so it’s always best to understand all your options before taking any action on this matter!