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Connect One Health is your expert at guiding you through the Medicare health plan maze. We are here to help you understand your choices and answer all of your questions about Medicare, Medicare Advantage, and the Prescription Drug plans. We can help you with questions about Supplemental Insurance, and Medicare B. We are patient, and we explain things in plain English.

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Medicare: Basics

Quick FAQ

What is Medicare Supplemental Insurance?Medicare Supplemental insurance is also called a Medigap insurance policy. It is a secondary insurance that is only offered to those people who have Original Medicare Medicare part A and B. Medicare Supplemental Insurance helps to cover medical expenses that Medicare part A and part B do not cover.

Those would include things like co-payments, deductibles and other out of pocket expenses. Medicare Supplemental Insurance DOES NOT work with:

  • Medicare C
  • Medicare D
  • Veterans’ Administrative Benefits (VA Benefits)
  • TRICARE
  • Private Insurance
Medicare Supplement Insurance is sold by private insurance companies and it is highly regulated by both State and Federal laws. Plans are Labeled as A, B C, D, F, G, K, L, M and N. Each letter represents a different type of plan. Each lettered plan is always identical regardless of who is selling it. So every Medicare Supplement Insurance plan G is identical to every other Medicare Supplement Insurance plan G, but they are different from other lettered plans such as K, L, and F.

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Things to look for would be cost between plans that are the same, all the plan G’s. look for differences between plan types. For example how does plan F differ from plan D. Some states offer Medicare Select programs that are like an HMO. You only go to doctors and hospitals that are within the network. Those states are Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and Minnesota.


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Medicare Part A: What does it Cover?Medicare Part A covers hospital type medical expenses. These expenses would include part or all of the costs of inpatient medical stay, supplies for treatment while admitted, skilled nursing facility admissions, hospice care, and even home health care services.

Medicare part A is comprehensive, but it does not cover eyeglasses, routine dental care, or hearing aids. Medicare A can be paired with Supplement Medicare Insurance, which is sometimes referred to as Medi-gap insurance, as a means of providing complete financial coverage for most health issues. Medicare A is also paired with Medicare B to provide outpatient coverage.


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Medicare vs Medicaid: What is the Difference?The Difference between Medicare and Medicaid is really about who is involved. Medicare is a Federally sponsored health plan while Medicaid is a Federal and State sponsored Health Plan. Medicare is available for qualifying people who are aged 65 or older or those people who have suffered a qualifying disability for more than 24 months. Medicaid is available to people who have limited income and limited resource.

Those people may be children, women who are pregnant, seniors with low incomes, parents, and people with disabilities. In some cases, an individual may be eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. When that happens Medicare is the primary payer and Medicaid helps to cover medical expenses after Medicare has paid. Note: Rules differ from State to State about qualification for Medicaid and dual beneficiaries.

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Medicare Effective Dates: How do they work?There are two effective dates for the two types of qualified events. The first is the day you turn 65 years of age. This would be your effective date for Original Medicare part A and part B. The second effective date is for those who suffer from a qualifying disability.

The effective date for your Medicare benefits will be after your 24th month of receiving disability benefits. Once these dates have passed you may use your Medicare benefits and Medicare cards.


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