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Compare Farm Bureau Medicare Supplement Plan C with Other Medigap Plans
If you are shopping for a Medicare Supplement Plan C, Farm Bureau is one option. This Medigap plan will help you pay your portion of the costs of your Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B benefits. The panel above briefly outlines the coverage.
The internet is full of information about traditional providers of Medicare Plan C policies, like Farm Bureau Health Plans. Sorting through these insurance carriers on your own can be difficult, and you might miss some of your options, such as lower premiums, perks, and discounts that might be available.
This is why we offer a free service to help you compare the best Medicare Supplement insurance providers, including Farm Bureau. This way, you can be sure that you get the right coverage for you with a monthly premium that fits your budget. We will show you all of your options. Who you buy your plan from is your choice.
Where Does Farm Bureau Sell Medicare Supplement Plan C?
What Costs Does Medicare Supplement Plan C from Farm Bureau Cover?
Medicare Plan C is one of the most extensive of the standardized supplements sold in most states, and Farm Bureau Health Plans offers it in some areas (see above).
IMPORTANT: As of January, 2020, Plan C is not available to new Medicare beneficiaries. See our Medicare Supplement Plan C page for more information.
Where sold, Farm Bureau's Plan C policy offers the following coverage:
- Medicare Part A hospital coinsurance and hospital costs up to 365 days after Original Medicare benefits are exhausted
- Part A hospice care coinsurance payment or co-payment
- Medicare Part B co-payment or coinsurance payment
- Part B preventive care coinsurance payment
- First three pints of blood for a medical procedure
- Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) care coinsurance
- Medicare Part A deductible costs
- Medicare Part B deductible costs
- Foreign travel emergency coverage (up to plan limits)
Two things go uncovered by a Plan C supplement. One is Medicare Part B Excess Charges. These are doctor expenses over what Medicare will reimburse for a health care service. When excess charges occur they are charged directly to the patient. The other exclusion are home recovery charges associated with the recovery process after you have been hospitalized.
Only Medicare Supplement Plan F offers more coverage. Plan C is similar to Plan F in how it fills the gaps on most of Medicare's approved costs.
Plan C is comprehensive in its coverage, and it may be a preferable option for those in need of comprehensive coverage. The cost of Plan C varies by insurance carrier, so we recommend that you shop around to find the policy that best fits your budget.
Even though Plan C is extensive in its coverage, don't over-look what's not covered when you analyze the costs and benefits. If you visit the doctor frequently, Plan F or Plan G may be a better choice.
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