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Medicare Supplement Insurance
As you know that Medicare does not pay for all of your medical expenses. There are gaps in Medicare's coverage that can cause severe financial strain if you are not protected.
To read the Official Government Guide from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid click on the link below.
2019 Choosing a Medigap Policy: A Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare
How do I cover the gaps in Medicare?
We are the leader in providing Medicare Supplement Insurance to customers at affordable and stable premium rates. Normally, you must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B. Medicare Supplement policies are designed to cover a percentage of the Medicare approved expenses not covered by Medicare, as specified in the policies. When combined with original Medicare, our Medicare Supplement Insurance provides a high level of health insurance protection.
Additional benefits of New Era Medicare Supplement Insurance include:
Fast underwriting and policy issue
Excellent customer service
Prompt electronic claim service
What does Medicare Supplement Insurance cover?
To help you with your specific needs, we offer several standardized Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans. All Medicare Supplement plans allow you the freedom to choose your own doctor and all plans cover the following charges:
Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) Coinsurance
Medicare Part B (medical insurance) Coinsurance or Co-payment
Depending on the plan you choose, benefits may also be available for the following charges:
Medicare Part A Deductible
Medicare Part B Deductible
Skilled Nursing Facility
Additional Days not covered by Medicare
Health Care received while traveling outside the U.S.
These Medicare Supplement Insurance policies are underwritten by ...
New Era Life Insurance Company
New Era Life Insurance Company of the Midwest
Philadelphia American Life Insurance Company
The above companies are not connected with nor endorsed by the U.S. Government or the federal Medicare Program.