2018 Blue Cross®Medicare Supplement Plans


These plans from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan are for people who are eligible for Medicare. They help pay your share of the costs for hospital and medical services covered by Original Medicare.

If you're currently enrolled in any plan, you can stay with your plan as long as you pay your premium.

You can enroll in Plan C if you’ll no longer be insured because you’ve become eligible for Medicare — or if you’ve lost coverage under a group policy after becoming eligible for Medicare. You're also eligible if you had Plan C, then enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, and now would like to return to Plan C. You can do this as long as it’s within the first 12 months of your Medicare Advantage plan.

You're automatically eligible for Plan A if you’re 65 or older. If you’re under 65, you're eligible for Plan A if you’ll no longer be insured because you’ve become eligible for Medicare — or if you’ve lost coverage under a group policy after becoming eligible for Medicare. You can also enroll if you had Plan A, then enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, and now would like to return to Plan A. You can do this as long as it’s within the first 12 months of your Medicare Advantage plan.

You’ll need to meet these requirements to apply for these plans.