Medicare Supplement Plan Comparison
Medicare Supplement plans come in a range of coverage levels. Of the ten plans, C, F, and G offer the most comprehensive coverage. Plans A and B have basic coverage, D, M, and N are mid-range, and K and L have cost-sharing. To choose the Medicare Supplement plan that meets your criteria, look at the premiums they charge, the cost-sharing, and expenses left over.
Plans A and B offer a lower level of benefits. Plan A covers Part A coinsurance and hospital costs, Part B copayments and coinsurance, your first three pints of blood, and Part A hospice. Plan B covers those same items along with the Part A deductible.
These plans leave you with a potentially greater amount of out-of-pocket costs, depending on your anticipated healthcare needs.