Medicare Supplement Plan Comparison

While many companies offer Medicare Supplement Plans, they are standardized by state and federal law so that consumers across the nation can get the same care. There are multiple plans that cover different aspects of care to varying degrees:

  • Plan A
  • Plan B
  • Plan C
  • Plan D
  • Plan F
  • Plan F with High Deductible
  • Plan G
  • Plan G with High Deductible
  • Plan K
  • Plan L
  • Plan M
  • Plan N

Each plan has unique standards, some of which are specific to certain states. 


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Which plans offer the most coverage?

Plans F and G offer the most comprehensive coverage of all the plans, and include a high deductible.

Plan F covers 100% of coinsurance, copayments, deductibles, excess charges, and the first three pints of blood used in a procedure. It also covers 80% of a foreign travel emergency. However, Plan F is no longer available to those who did not become eligible for Medicare before January 1, 2020. Plan C is also no longer available. This is because supplement plans are no longer allowed to offer coverage for the Part B deductible.

Plan G covers the same portion as Plan F does. However, unlike Plan F, it will not cover the Part B deductible.

Plans A and B are the least comprehensive plans.

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