This page lists all 2015 Medicare Supplements insurance (Medigap) available in Texas. Medigap plans help you pay for the various deductibles, co-pays and co-insurances not covered by your Original Medicare. All Medicare Supplement premiums are specific to your situation and the carrier offering the plan. The rates we show are based samples collected within the past 12 months. We provide this information for your comparison purposes only. You must get a quote for your personal situation (age, health, etc).
Helpful Medigap Facts
If this is your first time buying a Medigap policy and you're just now learning how it protects you from the bills Medicare does not pay, read through our Medicare Supplement 101 information. Medicare Supplemental insurance is standardized in Texas, making policies relatively easy to compare.
Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement
If you're like most seniors and need more coverage than your Original Medicare gives you under ObamaCare, and you can't afford a Medicare supplement, you have another great option. It's Medicare Advantage. Check out the Medicare Advantage Plans in Texas. Most Advantage plans also include prescription coverage and more.
For Full Coverage You Need Medicare Part D Plan and a Medicare Supplement
While you're looking at Medicare supplement plans, it's a good idea to shop for prescription coverage, too. Original Medicare does not cover prescriptions. However, you can enroll in one of the many Texas Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.