Frequently Asked Questions about Medigap Senior Health Insurance
What is Medigap?
Medigap is the informal name for any health insurance plan that was designed to supplement Medicare. Medigap plans are named as such because they were designed to fill in the gaps that Medicare insurance does not cover.
Who offers Medigap plans?
Many top health insurance companies offer them, including Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna and others. What you may not know is that they are all standardized and regulated by the Federal government. Read our Medicare vs Medigap page to get a better understanding of how this all works!
Who is eligible for Medigap?
Medigap is intended only for people age 65 or older, who are enrolled in both Parts A and B of Medicare.
What services and benefits does Medigap offer?
Click here for an overview of all the Medigap plans.
What are the Medicare Part D Prescription Benefits?
Click here for an overview of the new Medicare Part D prescription plan.
How much does a supplemental Medigap program cost?
The cost of a Medigap plan depends on your age, zip code and desired coverage. Place your zip code in the field above and hit “Get Quote” to get a quote in as little as 10 seconds. No agent will contact you unless you request to be contacted.
Where can I sign up for Senior Medigap?
We have just launched a new site called Senior65.com that is dedicated to helping you understand and sign up for Medicare Supplemental plans.