When it comes to supplemental insurance for Medicare, you may wonder which suits you best: Medicare Advantage or Medigap? This remains a common question asked by Medicare users. Since you cannot have both Medicare Advantage and Medigap, it may be a tough decision to make regarding your health coverage.
It’s important to understand the different types of Medicare coverage so you can choose the one that meets your specific needs. Medicare Advantage and the Medicare Supplement (or Medigap) are extra coverage plans that you can use along with traditional Medicare (Parts A and B) to help cover additional healthcare costs. Both Medicare Advantage and Medigap Plans offer the coverage you need, but how do you know which one is a good fit for you for your unique situation?
The new Medicare Plus Card saves you up to 75% on things not covered by Medicare
Medicare doesn’t cover everything. Luckily, those on Medicare can now start saving on out of pocket expenses like prescription drugs, dental, vision, hearing, and more. Over 1 million people have already received their free Medicare Plus Card.