Medicare Supplement Adjustments Released The Medicare Supplemental Insurance Guide today released a notice to Medicare health insurance members to be ready for forthcoming modifications to the available supplemental insurance plans.
News-Antique.com - May 15,2010 - The Medicare Supplemental Insurance Guide today released a notice to Medicare health insurance members to be ready for forthcoming modifications to the available supplemental insurance plans. The well-known 12 standard plans will go through important adjustments on June 1, 2010 which range from the addition of two brand new plans (M & N) as well as the removal of four others (E, H, I & J).
James Preston, publisher of the Medicare Supplemental Insurance Guide, said it is very important for any person intending to sign-up or make variations to Medigap policies to understand the alterations.
"Four of the well-known 12 Medicare supplemental plans are now being taken out permanently while two fresh types are being released for the first time," said Preston. "The good news is that any plan purchased prior to June 1st will not be affected unless the person really wants to make a modification."
Preston said a few of the other modifications occurring at this point include the removal of the home recuperation and preventative care benefit, the benefit for excess costs in Plan G will go up to 100 percent and a hospice benefit will be put into the central benefits of Medigap Plans A to G.
"To find out more about these significant modifications, you can visit our website at http://medicaresupplementalinsurances.com or contact a local Medicare expert," said Preston. "You can additionally call Medicare at 1-800-MEDICARE to inquire about the changes."