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If an insurance company offers supplemental insurance, than it must offer Medicare Supplement A. This is the most basic of all policies and will help take care of the benefits that Medicare Parts A & B do not provide. This outline will let you understand what you pay and what the Plan will pay.

Plan A has the least amount of coverage of all Medigap plans.

Days 1-60 – $1,288 Part A Deductible. (YOU PAY)

Days 61-90 – $322 per day co-payment. (Plan A Pays)

Days 91-150 – $644 per day Lifetime Reserve Days co-payment. When your hospital stay exceeds 90 days during a benefit period, a feature referred to as “Lifetime Reserve Days” takes effect. Lifetime Reserve Days are 60 extra days of Medicare-paid care, subject to the $644 per day co-payment. If you use a reserve day, Medicare permanently subtracts it from your 60-day lifetime limit. (Plan A Pays)

Beyond the additional 365 days. (YOU PAY)



Days 1-20 – (Medicare Pays)

Days 21-100 – (YOU PAY up to a $161 per day co-payment)

Days 101 and after – (YOU PAY)

Part B Monthly premium of $121.80. (YOU PAY)

Part B $166 deductible – (YOU PAY)

20% of all Medicare approved expenses after the deductible. (Plan A Pays)

All costs for items not covered by Medicare. (YOU PAY)

Part B Excess Charges. (YOU PAY)

Foreign Travel Emergency. (YOU PAY)

Your Recommended Agent is Greg from BGA Insurance Group

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Greg Gudis – Licensed agent ready to assist you during the enrollment period in 2017. Please fill out the form below to send your information to Greg so that he can contact you with the best advice and plan information for your current situation. He can also provide expert advice on retirement planning, life insurance, and long-term care.

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