Having a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan gives you greater access to healthcare because you don’t have to pay for all of Medicare’s co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles out of your own pocket. Medigap Insurance can also stretch your retirement assets to maintain your lifestyle for more years. Here’s another way you can cut your healthcare budget and keep more of your hard-earned money to enjoy your retirement years.
It’s always smart to do business with the most competitive companies, but whenever you’re using your savings for healthcare expenses, it’s really crucial. Did you know that several lab-testing companies will work directly with the public? With no middleman costs, these companies can offer you lower prices while still working with the same local labs that doctors use. You can often simply go to one of these labs without an appointment, have blood drawn and be done in no time.
When I ordered a Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, it included measurements for my total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, liver enzymes, blood glucose and more. While this test could have cost me more than $250 from a doctor or hospital, I only paid $45.
MediGap Advisors has contracted with Direct Labs to make this low pricing available to our clients and website visitors. You can join for free at www.directlabs.com, and then you can order tests, like x-rays, CT scans or MRIs at drastically reduced prices. This is just the start of how you can save with help from the friendly experts at MediGap Advisors. You’ll find savings on Medigap Plans, prescriptions and more at MediGapAdvisors.com or give us a call at 866-323-1441. We can answer your questions, give you our professional opinion on which Medicare Supplement Plan can save you the most money, and make the whole process easy the hassle free for you.
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