Hello. I turn 65 this month and have enrolled in a Plan F attained-age policy. Plan F will no longer be available for those new to Medicare after 2020. I am wondering if I should switch to Plan G while I can, in the next few months.
Does Medigap cover preventive testing and all preventive out-of-pocket charges? That is the $100,000 question. Since we know how important preventive care is to your health, we have created this quick rundown of how it works.
California's Medicare Supplemental Insurance law (AKA "Birthday Rule") allows Medigap members to switch to a different insurance plan or provider during the 30 days following the members month of birth. To take advantage of this rule, you must: