Medicare Supplement Plan A
- Is the one plan that all Insurance supplement providers must offer.
- Coverage is less but premiums are more affordable.
- Hospitalization: Part A co-insurance (20%) plus coverage for 365 additional days after Medicare benefits end.
- Medical Expenses: Part B co-insurance (generally 20% of Medicare-approved expenses) or co-payments for hospital outpatient services.
- Blood: Plan pays first 3 pints of blood each year.
- Charges. This means that you may be responsible for paying additional compensation yourself if your doctor charges more than the Medicare approved amount.
- Plan A also does not cover At Home Recovery or Preventative Care. Both of these services were being phased out of the Medicare system as of 2010.
- It can be difficult to determine which plan is right for you, and not all providers offer all of the Medicare Supplement Plans. Our trained specialists can help you find the plan that best fits your needs and budget. Most insurance carriers offer a variety of plans, so our specialists can help you shop around for the best price.