Medicare Supplemental Insurance
Private and public healthcare programs are utilized by 40.3 million seniors, who make up 13.4% of the US population.
Medicare supplemental health insurance, called “Medigap,” is meant to provide coverage for the things that Medicare doesn’t cover. To qualify for Medigap, you must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. Your Medigap coverage will help cover excess costs, such as co-insurance costs for stays in the hospital or a nursing facility, and even the deductibles in your Part A and Part B Medicare plans. You can find this plan through private insurers and organizations that cater to the elderly. Costs will vary according to coverage.