Rachel Morey is a finance writer and corporate journalist. She has been involved in the insurance industry for more than 15 years, and has written about these topics for over a decade.
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Also called Medigap, these plans help fill in the “gaps” in Original Medicare coverage by covering a portion of the out-of-pocket costs left over after Medicare Part A and B coverage.
Plan L provides a more affordable choice, but also includes less coverage than other Medicare Supplement plan choices.
Medigap Plans C and F provide the most comprehensive coverage of out-of-pocket expenses but are only available to some. See if you are eligible.
PFFS plans cover healthcare costs for people with Medicare but require careful consideration. Read on to see if PFFS plans are right for you.
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