HCR 230 Week 2 Summarizing the Medigap Program

HCR 230 Week 2 Summarizing the Medigap Program -...

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Summarizing the Medigap Program The Medicare plan may not cover several doctors and hospital medical services. The Medigap plan is a private supplemental insurance plan that aids beneficiaries in paying for non- covered doctor and hospital expenditure. Private insurers sell plans to help cover some services that Medicare does not cover. A person is required to be a member of Medicare plans A or B to meet the eligibility requirements for Madigan. With the Medigap plan, the core benefits are Part A every day coinsurance pays for hospitalization for days 61 to 90. With the Medigap plan, Part A every day coinsurance pays for each of Medicare’s 60 inpatient hospital days. Another part of the plan is covered is 100 percent of hospital charges for an extra 365 days following the entire Medicare hospital reimbursements. The Medigap plan is common to cover Part B of coinsurance of the total after the deductible and first three pints of blood you need for each calendar year. I believe the coverage of Medigap meets requirements of clients by this plan. This plan
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course HCR 230 0000000000 taught by Professor ????????????????? during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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