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What is Medicare Supplemental Insurance?

A Medicare Supplemental Plan is extra health insurance over and above your Original Medicare Part A and Part B and are assessed a monthly premium. These supplemental plans – also known as Medigap – are purchased through private brokers like Avery Hall and are only available to those individuals who have Medicare Part A and Part B.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Medicare cover Dental & Vision?

Medicare does not cover dental or vision. Medicare does cover medical conditions concerning your eyes. For example, if you’re diabetic and require an eye exam, that would be covered under Medicare Part B.

Does Medigap cover long-term care?

The Medigap plans do not cover an extended stay in a nursing home or custodial care, called long-term care.

How do I sign up for Medicare Parts A and B?

There are a few ways
  1. Visit your local Social Security Office
  2. Call the Social Security Office: 1(800) 772-1213
  3. Visit socialsecurity.gov
  4. Google “How do I sign up for Medicare Parts A and B?”

What is the Enrollment Window for Medicare Parts A and B if I’m turning 65?

This is your initial enrollment period. You can sign up three months prior to your birth month, during your birth month, and three months after your birth month. That is a seven month window.

When is Open Enrollment?

Open Enrollment is October 15th through December 7th, every year. Open Enrollment is the only time someone who has a Medicare prescription drug plan can make a change. This time period is for those who already have Medicare, not for those who are new to Medicare. Outside of this time period one must have a Special Enrollment Period. This is not related to Medicare Supplements, which can be changed throughout the year, with medical underwriting.

Do I have to sign up for Medicare Part B when I turn 65?

You do not have to sign up for Medicare when you turn 65. As long as you or your spouse are actively working and are on your employer’s or spouse's employer-sponsored plan. However, we do recommend that people compare their options because there are many scenarios that Medicare, a Supplement and RX plan are better than employer coverage.

What is Medicare Part D?

Medicare Part D is your prescription plan that you have with a private insurance company.

There are Four Phases of Medicare Part D Coverage:

  1. Deductible
  2. Initial Coverage Level
  3. The Coverage Gap
  4. Catastrophic Coverage

Avery Hall can help you purchase this. Supplemental plans do not cover prescription drugs.

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When can I shop my Medicare Supplement Plan?

You can shop your Medicare Supplement Plan all year long and search for the best rates, but must answer medical questions to be approved to switch. We recommend that you check your Medicare Supplement plans rates every year. You may be able to save money for the same plan with a different company.

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