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A Medigap policy is private health insurance that helps supplement Original Medicare. This means it helps pay some of the health care costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover (like copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles). These are “gaps” in Medicare coverage.
If you have Original Medicare and a Medigap policy, Medicare will pay its share of the Medicare-approved amounts for covered health care costs. Then your Medigap policy pays its share. A Medigap policy is different from a Medicare Advantage Plan (like an HMO or PPO) because those plans are ways to get Medicare benefits, (click here for a comparison of the differences) while a Medigap policy only supplements the costs of your Original Medicare benefits. Medicare.Gov Guide to Medigap *
Blue Shield Medi Gap Forms
- Summary of Benefits * Rates
- Easy Pay Form * Member Portal
- Medicare Coverage Options Medi Gap vs Medicare Advantage rev 2013
- Medicare Supplement Plan Transfer Application – Helpful tips, be sure to put in our name as agent and email to us Appoint us as your Broker - No Extra Charge
- Medi Gap Plan Replacement Form
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- Email [email protected] or call us 310.519.1335
the gaps in Medicare A Hospital & B Doctor visits. Deductibles and Co-Pays
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Everything you want to know
Different Parts of Medicare
Understanding your Medicare Choices
Medi Gap vs Medicare Advantage
Introduction by Steve Shorr * Bio
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- Enrolled in Medicare and are age 65 or older; or New to Medicare, are age 64 or younger, and do not have end-stage renal disease
- You enrolled with A Medicare Advantage Plan and the plan is being terminated;
- terminated from any employer-sponsored health plan,
- moved outside the plan’s service area.
- disenrolled from the plan or program within twelve (12) months of the effective date of that enrollment.
- You terminated enrollment in a Medicare Supplement plan and subsequently enrolled, for the first time, in any of the following:
• A Medicare Advantage Plan;
- The company substantially violated a material provision of the contract; or
• The company or its agent materially misrepresented a provision of the plan in marketing the contract to you.
- You enrolled in a Blue Shield Medicare Advantage Plan, and Blue Shield either:
• Reduced any of its benefits;
• Increased the amount of cost-sharing or premium;
- You are no longer eligible for Medi-Cal benefits.