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Compare Health Alliance Plan Medicare Supplement Plan F with Other Medicare Supplements
If you are shopping for a Medicare Supplement Plan F, Health Alliance Plan 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 F policies, like Health Alliance Plan of Michigan (HAP). 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 Health Alliance Plan. 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 Is Health Alliance Plan's Medicare Supplement Plan F Available?
How Medicare Supplement Plan F from Health Alliance Plan Covers You
Medicare Plan F gives the most coverage of the 10 standardized supplements sold by Health Alliance Plan of Michigan (HAP). Although Health Alliance Plan does not offer this policy to all seniors, or in all areas (see above), where offered the plan covers the following:
- 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 complete coverage of Medigap Plan F makes it well liked, but it's also the most expensive. Plan F leaves its beneficiary with no out-of-pocket expenses because it covers all remaining hospital and medical costs after Medicare pays its share.
IMPORTANT: As of January, 2020, Plan F is not available to new Medicare beneficiaries. See our Medicare Supplement Plan F page for more information.
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 Medigap plans, 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.
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