Medicare supplements, often called Medigap insurance, are private insurance policies that supplement, or fill the gap between original Medicare coverage and out-of-pocket costs. These plans help pay for Part A and B deductibles, co-pays and coinsurance and extras like extended hospital stays and foreign travel emergencies. You must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and B to purchase a Medicare supplement policy.
Premiums for Medigap policies are based on participant enrollment age and geographic area. As with the Medicare Advantage Plans, Medigap premiums are paid in addition to the Medicare Part B deductible.
If you are inquiring about a Medicare Advantage Plan or Part D coverage, you must contact Brevard Health Advantage personally. Agents and Brokers are prohibited from contacting you directly for information regarding Medicare Advantage Plans and/or Part D coverage. Thanks for your understanding regarding CMS rules.