Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans

In most states there are ten Medicare supplemental plans .  These are the standard Medigap plans that were made available as a public/private partnership between the federal government and private insurance companies.  When you get quotes for Medicare supplement plans by filling out the form on the side of this page, we will search all these plans and provide you with options that make the most sense for your needs.

The ten Medicare Supplemental Plans

Medicare Supplement Plan A – This plan offers the least of the Medigap plans, but can still be a good option for the right person.

Medicare Supplement Plan B – Takes a step up from Plan A but only covers five of the nine coverage gaps.

Medicare Supplement Plan C – One of the two Medigap plans that only leaves one coverage gap open.  This makes it one of the three most popular.

Medicare Supplement Plan D – Plan D often gets confused with Medicare Part D.  It is a good plan that only leaves two coverage gaps open.

Medicare Supplement Plan F – Plan F is the most comprehensive and most popular of the Medicare supplemental plans.  It covers all nine of the coverage gaps left by Medicare

Medicare Supplement Plan G – Plan G only leaves the Medicare Part B deductible as an additional charge.  The second most popular of the plans we see people acquire.

Medicare Supplement Plan K – An interesting plan with an out of pocket maximum and only partial coverage up to that maximum.

Medicare Supplement Plan L – The second of the Medicare supplemental plans that has an out of pocket maximum and only partial coverage up to that number.

Medicare Supplement Plan M – Plan M only covers 50% of the Part A deductible but offers complete coverage on most of the other coverage gaps.

Medicare Supplement Plan N – Plan N is unique in that it is the only one of the Medigap plans that has copays.

There are also plans that have expired due to changes in the law.  There are four in total but the only one were hear questions about anymore is Medicare supplement plan J.

These plans are not to be confused with traditional Medicare coverage or with Medicare Advantage plans.  Medicare supplements are an additional coverage to your Medicare Parts A and B and are completely different from Medicare Advantage.  Learn more about the differences between Medigap vs Medicare Advantage.

At we are able to work with you to get whichever of the Medicare supplemental plans best suits your needs from the company that offers the best combination of price and service.  Get your personalized set of Medicare supplement quotes by filling out the form on the side of this page.  If you have any questions please contact us.