When choosing Medigap plans, you have lots of options — 10, to be exact. Medigap Plans A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, and N all cover different types of costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. Medicare Supplement Plan D is a viable option for several reasons.
Like the other Medigap plans, Medicare Supplement Plan D is a standardized plan offered by many private insurance companies. You can apply for it through any insurer that offers the plan in your zip code. The only exception is if you live in Wisconsin, Minnesota or Massachusetts. Those states standardize Medigap plans in different ways.
- Supplements Original Medicare – helps you budget your medical expenses month to month
- Standardized plans available that are approved and follow state and federal laws
- Premiums vary by state and carrier
- Multiple plans to choose from depending on your budget and coverage needs