AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F [Ohio] Review
On this page we explain the benefits offered by AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F and compare it with other plans available in Ohio. Our goal is to help you find the best plan for your needs at the best possible cost.
What is AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F?
Medicare Supplement Plan F gives the most coverage of the 10 standardized Medigap plans available in Ohio. This Plan F, insured by AARP (Insured by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company), starts at $134.29* per month. We compared AARP with all other Medicare insurance providers in Ohio and rated them 4.0 stars out of 5.
Here are the benefits covered by this supplement:
- Part A deductible
- Part B deductible
- Part B excess charges
- Preventative care Part B coinsurance
- Part A hospital and coinsurance costs up to an additional 356 days after Medicare benefits are exhausted
- Part B coinsurance or co-payment
- First three pints of blood used in an approved medical procedure (annually)
- Part A hospice care co-payment or coinsurance
- Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) coinsurance
- Foreign travel emergency
The expansive coverage of Medigap Plan F makes it attractive in most areas of Ohio, however it is also the most expensive. This AARP Plan F leaves its beneficiary with zero out-of-pocket costs because it pays all remaining hospital and doctor costs after Medicare pays its share.
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AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F vs. Competition
The following table shows how AARP's Medicare Supplement Plan F stacks up with the competition.
Coverage and Costs
AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F may offer expansive coverage, but it does not cover everything. Beneficiaries are still required to pay their Medicare Part B premium payments each month, and you may have a Part A premium if you did not pay Social Security taxes for at least 40 calendar quarters (10 years).
Like all other Plan F supplements, this policy covers the gaps in your major medical expenses, but it does not pay for prescriptions, hearing, vision, dental and other healthcare needs not covered by Original Medicare.
The chart below explains how this plan covers the portions of Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) that are not paid by Medicare.
The following table details how the plan covers the portions of Medicare Part B (medical insurance) that are not paid by Medicare.
Prescription Drug Coverage
The 10 standardized Medicare Supplements do not cover prescriptions. Add a Medicare Part D Plan (PDP) for prescription coverage. Here are a few plans available to you in Ohio:
|WellCare Value Script||$15.50||$415.00|
|Aetna Medicare Rx Select||$16.30||$410.00|
|AARP MedicareRx Saver Plus||$31.20||$415.00|
|Express Scripts Medicare - Saver||$24.00||$415.00|
|Express Scripts Medicare - Value||$33.60||$415.00|
|Express Scripts Medicare - Choice||$84.40||$350.00|
Foreign Travel Coverage
Medicare does not pay for your healthcare (including emergencies) when you travel outside of the United States of America and its territories. If you travel, be sure to enroll in a plan that will cover you at the level you need.
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AARP Insurance Rating
AARP has a Excellent rating from A.M. Best Company, the #1 source for insurance industry rating information. If this was a star rating it would be 4.0 out of 5 stars (Excellent). Use this information as a measure of the financial stability of the insurance carrier when considering AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F.
AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F is available to all Ohio Medicare beneficiaries, ages 65 and older, enrolled in Medicare Part B. If you are just turning age 65, you have guaranteed issue rights and cannot be turned down. Plus, this insurance policy cannot be canceled. It will continue to be renewed as long as you pay the premiums on time and make no material misrepresentations.
Medicare Supplement insurance is available from AARP in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Elyria, Columbus, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, Euclid, Parma, Canton, Lorain, Hamilton, Springfield, Kettering, Lakewood, Cuyahoga Falls, Middletown, and most other Ohio cities and locations.
Tips and Disclaimers
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 Sample premium is for a 65 year old, non smoking, woman living in Ohio. The rate was accurate on date of publication. Rates change frequently and they are priced by county. You must contact a licensed agent to get a current rate for your situation.
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