With ten Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plans available across 47 states, it’s important to know what each of these plans cover so you can find the coverage that works best for you. To give you a better understanding of Medigap coverage, take a look at our in-depth table below to see what each plan does and does not cover.
**Plans C and F are not available to those who were eligible for Medicare after January 1, 2020.
The coverage for each Medigap plan is standardized, meaning that the coverage provided by Medigap Plan G from Company A will be the same coverage as Medigap Plan G from Company B. The only big differing factor would be the cost of the plan.
Another important factor to know about Medigap is that you must be enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and B) to enroll in a Medigap plan. These plans were designed to supplement Original Medicare, so having a Medigap plan and Medicare Advantage plan is also not possible.