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Medicare beneficiaries in Wisconsin have several Medicare plan options, including Medicare Supplement Insurance (also called Medigap), which can help provide coverage for many of the out-of-pocket expenses that come along with Medicare Part A and Part B.
These costs can include Medicare deductibles, copayments, coinsurance and more, some of which may be covered by a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan.
Medicare beneficiaries in Wisconsin have the option of buying a Medigap policy called the Basic Plan, along with additional riders. These customizable plan options can provide coverage for Part A and Part B coinsurance, deductibles, Medicare excess charge and more.
At the end of 2017, more than 295,000 people in Wisconsin were enrolled in a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan.1 That figure accounted for around 42 percent of all Original Medicare beneficiaries in the state.
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Medicare beneficiaries in Wisconsin have the option to enroll in either a Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement Insurance plan.
While a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan works alongside Original Medicare coverage, a Medicare Advantage plan (Medicare Part C) works as an alternative option to Original Medicare.
Medicare Supplement Insurance and Medicare Advantage plans are very different. You may not have a Medicare Supplement Insurance plan and a Medicare Advantage plan at the same time.
Medicare Advantage plans provide the same benefits as Original Medicare, and some plans may offer some additional benefits such as:
Some Medicare Advantage plans may offer even more additional benefits, such as grab bars for home bathrooms and meal delivery.
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