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2019 Medicare Supplement Plans

Why choose a Medicare Supplement plan

Medicare Supplement plans give you extra benefits that go beyond the benefits of a Medicare Advantage plan. These plans pay most of the costs you share with Original Medicare. They may include other benefits too, like coverage for emergency care when you're traveling.

Keep in mind these plans don't include coverage for Part D prescription drugs or routine dental, vision or hearing services like exams and hearing aids.

Check out these plans if you want:

  • To worry less about paying for unpredictable medical expenses.
  • Hospital coverage that continues after your Original Medicare limit.
  • The freedom to go to any doctor who accepts Medicare.

Get a lower premium with a household discount

If you and someone you live with both have a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Medicare Supplement or Legacy Medigap plan, you're eligible for a household discount. The discount saves you 5% on your monthly premium.

Need prescription drug coverage?

Medicare Supplement Plans don't protect you from high costs at the pharmacy. Pair these plans with a Prescription BlueSM PDP plan to save on prescription drugs.

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Important information about your plan

The Medicare deductibles, coinsurance and copays listed are based on the 2019 numbers approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. You can go to any hospital, doctor or other health care provider in the U.S. or its territories that accepts Medicare. You don't have to use our network. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan administers Blue Cross Medicare Supplement plans. Where you live, your age, gender and whether you use tobacco may affect what you pay for your plan. Your health status may also affect what you pay. This is a solicitation of insurance. We may contact you about buying insurance. Blue Cross Medicare Supplement plans aren't connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or the federal Medicare program.