If you have original Medicare Parts A and B, you’ll want to have a Medicare Supplement, too. Also called Medigap insurance, a Medicare Supplement covers things that Medicare Parts A and B doesn’t cover. For example, a Medicare supplement may cover:

  • Copayments
  • Coinsurance
  • Prescription drugs
  • Deductibles
  • Medical care when traveling to a foreign country

What Medicare Supplements Don’t Cover

Medicare supplements are a great way to enhance your insurance coverage, but they don’t ┬ácover everything. For example, Medicare supplements don’t cover:

  • Vision and dental care
  • Hearing aids
  • Eyeglasses or contacts
  • Long-term care
  • Private-duty nursing

Comparing Medicare Supplements in Colorado

Medicare supplements are available in a variety of plans, lettered A-N. Understanding which is right for your needs can be a challenge. An experienced insurance agent can help guide you to the right insurance coverage and at a price you can afford. You can select one supplement or multiple supplements to get the coverage that works for you.

While any insurance company can sell you a Medicare supplement, rates often vary widely from agency to agency. That’s why it’s always a good idea to compare your plan and your carrier’s premium with others on the market. Also, Medicare supplements are subject to change. Getting a customized review of your current insurance policy will let you know if your insurance plan offers the best coverage options for you or if you should consider another type of Medicare supplement.

Get personalized service and learn more about affordable Medicare supplements available from Patrick Crowder Insurance. Call 719-852-0375 to schedule a time to discuss your options.

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