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insurance recommendation: if i lose medicaid and only have

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insurance recommendation: if i lose medicaid and only have medicaire then how do i choose a supplemental?

Dr. Garg :

You're looking for a supplement to your original medicare part A/B?

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There are standardized supplements that are offered

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Several plans that are available - Plan A - Plan N (?) each with a different premium

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and different coverage

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depending upon what is most suitable for you, you should select that particular plan

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There is something called Part D coverage which is prescription drug

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also several plans - select the plan that most suits your needs

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I suggest you go to the medicare website and search under medigap coverage

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they have excellent information on what supplemental plan has what benefit and estimated premium

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please let me know if you have any other questions. feedback appreciated, we're only paid for excellent feedback

Customer:

not sure what medicaire i'll have when i retire. will i have straight medicaire or a medicaire plan

Dr. Garg and 2 other Neurology Specialists are ready to help you
You're allowed to choose whether you want original medicare or medicare advantage plan (part c); there's alot of flexibility in the system. Talk to an insurance agent and they'll guide to you to pick the best plant that meets your budget. There's a lot of options.