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What to Know Before You Choose an AARP Medicare Supplement

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Whether you’re about to enroll in Medicare, or you want to know what new plan options you have available, chances are, you rely on AARP to help provide you with detailed information on making the right choice for your specific needs.  One of the ways that AARP helps those at or near retirement age is by offering Medicare Supplement Plans — also known as Medigap Plans

Original Medicare, which is comprised of Parts A and B, covers a wide variety of healthcare costs. But there are some things they don’t cover, which is where Medicare Supplement Plans come in.

Why Choose a Medicare Supplement Plan from AARP?

You may not realize it, but Medicare Supplement Insurance plans are standardized, meaning they all off the same basic benefit structure as mandated by the federal government. So why shop around? Because while the core plans are the same, there are differences in price (depending on where you live), as well as other innovative benefits that may differ from company to company.

An AARP Medicare Supplement Plan offers:

The benefits and costs of your AARP Medicare Supplement may vary depending on the plan you choose. For example, the plan might cover your Part A co-insurance and some of the out of pocket costs of Part B. Some AARP Medigap plans provide a benefit for Part A deductible as well as the Part B deductible.

AARP Medigap plans also cover the cost of the first three pints of blood from a blood transfusion. They may also cover up to 365 extra hospital days even after using up your Part A benefits. In some cases, they also cover co-insurance or co-payment in a skilled nursing facility or Part A hospice or respite care.

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What Types of AARP Medicare Supplement Plans are Available?

There are a wide range of AARP Medicare Supplement Plans available to fit your needs and budget. AARP Medicare Supplement plans are insured by UnitedHealthcare, one of the largest insurers in the country. That means you can rely on them to provide you with comprehensive coverage including popular plans such as AARP Medicare Plan F and AARP Medicare Plan G.

People trust AARP to help give them a voice on things that matter to them, and Medigap plans are no different. Because AARP works with UnitedHealthcare to provide these Medicare Supplement Plans, it can be hard to know what exactly is covered under each type of plan as well as what it costs.  And while these vary from state to state, you have a powerful ally in your corner who can help you make sense of it all — The Health Exchange Agency.