Florida Blue Supplement Plans
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Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans in Florida

Medicare Supplement insurance plans in Florida offer the following additional medical expenses that are not covered by traditional Medicare insurance:

  • Part A deductible
  • Part B deductible
  • Emergency medical requirements while traveling abroad
  • Part B additional charges
  • Original Medicare coinsurance rates
  • Home health care assistance
  • A lengthy stay in a skilled nursing facility

Medicare Supplement plans in Florida start with different letters of the alphabet. Medigap policies use different letters for each Medigap plan.

Even though the coverage on all Medigap plans in Florida is identical, each insurance company is allowed to charge a different rate for the same coverage.

Medicare Supplement Plan F in Florida Covers:

Plan F benefits in Florida:

  • Part A hospital co-payments
  • Additional hospital costs extending up to 365 days after Part A Benefits expire
  • Coinsurance costs for Part A hospice care
  • Part A deductible
  • Medicare Part B deductible
  • Part B co-pay cost for a preventive office visit
  • Part B coinsurance costs
  • Part B additional charges
  • First three pints of blood during a medical procedure
  • Co-payments for an extended stay in a skilled nursing facility
  • Limited costs covering medical emergencies in a foreign country
Medicare Supplement Plan G in Florida Covers:

Plan G benefits in Florida:

Medicare Supplement Plan G in Florida covers all tha same benefits as Plan F, with a few minor differances below.

  • Part B deductible is NOT covered on Plan G
  • Medigap Plan G is the fastest growing of the Medicare Supplement plans.
  • Usually has lower premiums than Medicare Part F, making up for the cost of the Medicare Part B deductible in most cases.
  • Even though Medigap Plan F is being phased out for new Medicare enrollees, Medigap Plan G will still be available.
Medicare Supplement Plan N in Florida Covers:

Plan N benefits in Florida:

Medigap Plan N in Florida does not cover the Part B deductible or Part B excess charges. If you have Medicare Supplement Plan N, you must pay a $20 co-pay for office visits. You also need to pay a $50 co-pay for an emergency room visit.

Medicare Supplement Plans in Florida: Enrollment Statistics

Enrollment Statistics

Here are the top five largest counties in Florida:

  1. Miami-Dade County Population: 2,702,602
  2. Broward County Population: 1,890,416
  3. Palm Beach County: Population: 1,426,772
  4. Hillsborough County Population: 1,351,087
  5. Orange County Population: 1,290,216
How Many Medicare Supplement Plans are Available in Florida for 2023?

How Many Plans are Available in Florida for 2023?

In Florida, you can choose from 12 Medigap policies. These standardized Medicare Supplement insurance plans in Florida are offered by private insurance agencies. Although Medicare Plan F is the most popular Supplement plan in Florida, you still have nine other options.

Medicare Supplement Plans in Florida: When Can I Enroll?

When Can I Enroll?

You are not permitted to have a Medigap plan in Florida until you are enrolled in Part B. You can sign up for one of the Medigap plans in Florida during Medicare's Initial Enrollment Period. Medicare insurance companies are not allowed to disqualify people who sign up during the six-month Medigap Open Enrollment Period. If you wait too long after signing up for Part A and Part B, a preexisting medical condition can prevent you from qualifying.

Florida Medicare Resources

Florida Medicare Resources

Here is a link offering additional information if you want to compare Medigap policies in Florida: apps.fldfs.com/ mcws/ CWSSearch

You can start your Florida Blue Medicare Supplement quote by calling us at (888) 414-4547 or use the quote form at the top of this page to get started.