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Why would I want Medicare Supplement in Alaska?

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) covers various hospital and medical costs but often comes with out-of-pocket costs for you, the Medicare beneficiary. In fact, Original Medicare has no out-of-pocket maximum, meaning you could face some hefty bills if you receive significant medical treatment. Medicare Supplement (Medigap) insurance plans in Alaska can cover some of these out-of-pocket costs, including:

  • Copayments
  • Coinsurance
  • Deductibles

Medicare Supplement insurance plans in Alaska may also cover other costs, such as out of country emergency medical services and Medicare Part B excess charges. Medicare Supplement insurance plans in Alaska don’t cover benefits like routine dental, routine hearing, routine hearing, or prescription drugs.

Medicare Supplement plans in Alaska can only be used alongside Medicare Part A and Part B. Medicare Supplement plans are not stand-alone plans and they can’t be used with Medicare Advantage plans.

How do I chose a Medicare Supplement plan in Alaska?

Like the rest of the country, Medicare Supplement plans in Alaska are offered by private companies. Up to ten standardized Medicare Supplement are available, designated with the letters A through N. (A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, N). All plans of a specific letter will offer the same basic benefits, regardless of the insurance company offering the plan. However, costs of plans with the same letter could vary based on the company offering the plan and the location of the plan’s coverage.

The first step in deciding what Medicare Supplement plan in Alaska you want is determining the level of coverage you need. Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan A is the most basic and Plan F is the most comprehensive. Only two plans, Plan C and Plan F, cover the Medicare Part B deductible, for example. Once you decide the coverage you want, you can shop around for the best price. Comparing plans in your area will help you get the best value.

How do I enroll in Medicare Supplement in Alaska?

The best time to enroll in Medicare Supplement plan in Alaska may be during your Medicare Supplement Open Enrollment Period. During your Open Enrollment Period, you can enroll in any Medicare Supplement plan and not worry about being turned down based on any pre-existing conditions.* Your Open Enrollment Period begins on the first day of the month that you’re both enrolled in Medicare Part B and age 65 or older and it lasts for six months.

You can type your zip code into the form on this page to see a list of Medicare Supplement insurance plans in your area.

*Pre-existing conditions are generally health conditions that existed before the start of a policy. They may limit coverage, be excluded from coverage, or even prevent you from being approved for a policy; however, the exact definition and relevant limitations or exclusions of coverage will vary with each plan, so check a specific plan’s official plan documents to understand how that plan handles pre-existing conditions.

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