Medicare SELECT Insurance

In some states, you may be able to buy another type of Medigap policy called Medicare SELECT. It’s a Medigap policy that requires you to use specific hospitals and, in some cases, specific doctors to get full benefits.

A Medicare SELECT plan pays the Medicare Part A inpatient deductible when you use a network hospital or if you use a non-network hospital for emergency care. Otherwise, you pay the inpatient deductible.

The following chart provides a checklist of benefits by each plan so you can compare (not all plans may be available in your state). All plans include these basic benefits:

  • Medicare Part A hospital coinsurance
  • Medicare Part A extended hospital coverage (365 days after Medicare benefits end)
  • Medicare Part A hospice outpatient prescription drug co-payment and inpatient respite care coinsurance
  • Medicare Part B coinsurance*
  • Medicare Parts A and B first three pints of blood
Benefits Plan A Plan B Plan C Plan D Plan F** Plan G Plan K Plan L Plan M Plan N*
Basic Benefits – Hospitalization check check check check check check check check check check
Basic Benefits – All other check check check check check check 50% 75% check check
Medicare Part A Deductible*** check check check check check 50% 75% 50% check
Skilled Nursing Coinsurance check check check check 50% 75% check check
Medicare Part B Deductible check check
Medicare Part B Excess Charges Benefits check check
Foreign Travel Emergency check check check check check check
Out-of-pocket Annual Limit check check
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* Plan N requires up to a $20 copayment for an office visit and up to a $50 copayment for an emergency room visit
** There is also a high-deductible Plan F
*** Your Medicare SELECT plan pays the Medicare Part A inpatient deductible when you use a network hospital (or if you use a non-network hospital for emergency care). Otherwise, you pay the inpatient deductible.

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