Unformatted text preview: they live on a fixed income. I have grandparents that are seniors and they have told me that it is not that difficult having two insurances unless one or the other does not receive the correct information that they need. The two are not as closely related as people think. . Medicare pays its portion (80% in almost all instances) then the Medigap plan pays its portion (the other 20%). They do not have to communicate to get paid because it is pre-determined by the respective outlines of coverage. There are no real implications for the insured; they will both receive a summary of the benefits from both Medicare and the secondary company Medigap....
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2011 for the course HCR 240 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '11 term at Temple College.
- Spring '11