Summarizing the Medigap Program

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Summarizing the Medigap Program HCR/230 By Heather Lisowski
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The benefits of the Medigap insurance is so that people that don’t have insurance can get insurance and be covered. Well the only way people can get Medigap is if they already have Medicare A or B. The coverage is good because if you have the Medigap it will not only help to pay for the co-pay but it will also help pay for the hospital visit if any. The cost all depends on if the person wanting Medigap gets the coverage before the six months of getting Medicare part B because if that person gets it six months after they get Medicare Part B they can be stuck in paying a higher premium then normal. The limits are very high only people that have Medicare Part A and B can apply for Medigap
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Unformatted text preview: and people that have the Medicare Advance can not apply for the Medigap. Well I think that it is good to have because when people that have Medicare part A and B they can have the Medigap and help pay for the rest of the payments that need to get paid. I think that when people that have a Medicare plan it always good to make sure that you are covered with everything so that you wont have to pay for another premium to cover the co-pays and other services that might have to been done. Medigap is only good for when you are only on Part A and Part B I think that it should be covered when anyone has any kind of Medicare health plan really should not matter what you have....
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