Some Medicare health plans that provide health coverage are not Medicare Advantage plans but are still part of Medicare. Some of these plans offer GoMedicare Part A (hospital insurance) and GoMedicare Part B (health insurance), while most others only cover Part B. Some also provide GoMedicare drug insurance (Part D).
There is a plan for everyone at GoMedicare. Once you are ready to proceed, contact GoMedicare by phone or by filling out a contact form on the website. They will contact you about the Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans available to you quickly. Because they do not offer Medicare Advantage plans, AM Best and Moody’s do not rate GoMedicare.
Frequently Asked Questions
Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans: What Are Their Benefits?
The plan A offered by GoMedicare is excellent, but it does not cover everything. Once you have your Part B deductible ($185 in 2019, for instance), Medicare will cover 80% of the full cost of Medicare-approved health care expenses, with 20% being your responsibility. A Medigap policy can help cover some (or all) of the 20% you won’t be able to pay using your health care insurance. The actual numbers and percentages will depend on how much your policy is capable of paying.
When is the best time to buy Gomedicare supplement insurance?
Medigap plans are available to people who already have Medicare or are in the early stages of enrollment. You can apply for a Medicare supplement up to 3 months before your 65th birthday and three months after. Medigap can be beneficial after age 65 as it ensures no gaps in coverage.
Is there any possibility of additional benefits and savings?
There’s no shortage of savings, but here are some you might not claim today:
- $144 a month on your Social Security check
- $2,500 for routine dental work such as crowns, implants, and dentures
- $1,000 to buy things like vitamins and aspirin at your local pharmacy
- $2,000 for hearing aids and batteries
- $300 for glasses and exams