On this page we've pulled together all 2018 Medicare Supplement insurance (Medigap) sold in Alabama. Medicare Supplements work in conjunction with Original Medicare. They help pay the deductibles, copays and coinsurances not covered by your Part A and Part B insurance. The rates shown are real samples from your state. Use the information to find the lowest-cost insurer. Your actual rate will different, depending on your age, health and zip code, so you'll need to get a quote.
More Medicare Supplement Tips
If you are a new Medicare Supplement policy buyer and you're not fully versed on how it protects you from high medical bills, have a look through our Medicare Supplements Guide. In Alabama all supplements are standard (Plans A through N). Only the monthly rates are different.
What's Better, Medicare Advantage or a Supplement?
While you're comparing and weighing the merits of a Medicare Supplement, it's wise to compare what you get with a Medicare Advantage plan. It's another way to get full coverage healthcare benefits. Just like a supplemental policy, an Advantage plan protect you from big bills. However, unlike a supplement, Advantage plans can offer you additional healthcare options, including prescriptions, vision, dental, hearing and more. Here's a complete catalog of Medicare Advantage Plans for Alabama.
A Medicare Supplement Pays Your Hospital and Doctor Bills. What about Your Prescriptions?
Medicare does not pay for your prescriptions. For that, there's Part D. If you need help with your prescriptions, take a look at the Alabama Medicare Part D Prescription Plans.
The Medicare Supplements plan information on MedicareWire is maintained by David Bynon and was last updated on .