When you’re ready to enroll in Medicare, you may be surprised to see that both Medicare Parts A and B leave you with hefty out-of-pocket expenses. Part A, which addresses inpatient hospital services, will leave you with a $1,112 deductible for your first hospital stay in a calendar year.
Medicare Part B deals with doctor services and other medical services and supplies. You’ll be responsible to pay for 20 percent of the Medicare-approved amounts for these services, including ambulatory surgical and outpatient hospital care services in 2010.
Several Medicare Supplement Plans, or Medigap Plans, help with these gaps in Medicare coverage. MediGap Advisors can show you big savings with Medigap Plans that manage your healthcare expenses without leaving you holding a bag of huge medical bills.
Try our How To Medigap Guide, or call us at 866-323-1441 to arrange to work with your own Personal Advisor. Our independent, licensed agents can walk you through the entire enrollment process, and help you compare Medigap Plans from several different insurers. We take pride in helping you get the best coverage for your unique situation.
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