Are you worried about having to go the hospital because you’re not sure what Medicare will cover? Do Medicare’s co-insurance, co-pays and deductibles make it hard for you to figure out how much you’d have for take out of your retirement savings for an extended hospital stay?
Medicare’s Part A deductible, which you have to meet before Medicare begins to cover hospitalization, can really take a big bite out of your savings. And, that’s not the end of what Medicare may leave you to pay if you need to be in the hospital.
What if you need hospital care for more than 60 days? Medicare considers that an extended stay and it stops paying for 100 percent of your daily hospital charges on day 61. The portion you’ll have to pay is called co-insurance, but all 10 Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans can handle that co-insurance for you.
With 10 different plans from which to choose, it’s pretty easy to find the best plan to fit your needs and budget. Here on our website, we’ve put up educational resources to give you a comprehensive idea of what Medicare Supplement Insurance can do for you.
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