Michigan Medicare Supplement Plans
Michigan, the state of the Great Lakes, is the 10th most populous state in the United States with an estimate of 10 million people. Seniors (65 and up) make up 16% of the total population.
Michigan Quick Medicare Facts
- There are about 1.9 million individuals covered under Medicare (2015, kff.org).
- Approximately, 407,000 beneficiaries are enrolled in a Michigan Medicare Supplement Plan or “Medigap” policy (2015, AHIP.org).
- The most popular Michigan Medicare Supplement Plans are Plan C, F, and N (2015, AHIP.org).
Michigan Medicare Supplement Plans helps cover the healthcare costs Original Medicare does not cover. There are ten standard Medigap plans available to purchase through private insurance providers. The best time to enroll in a Michigan Medicare Supplement Plan is during the six-month Medigap Open Enrollment Period, which begins on the first day of the month you are 65 or older and enrolled in Medicare Part B. During this time, it is easier to purchase a Medigap policy regardless of your health status. After this period, you may undergo medical underwriting and even denied coverage if you have a pre-existing condition or disability.
Get with Plan Medigap to find what carriers and plans are available in your area. We can also assist with the enrollment process. Reach us at (800) 750-2407, complete our quote page, or view the link below to request for information.