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Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan

💬 What does Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan cover and how much does it cost?

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan
Updated:
April 1, 2021

Cost-sharing Medicare Supplement Insurance programs, unlike most Medigap plans that offer 100 percent coverage for some benefits, only provide partial coverage for those specific benefits. Medigap Plan K and Medigap Plan L are the two cost-sharing arrangements currently available.

Both cost-sharing arrangements are available. The advantages of Medigap programs are the same, but the cost-sharing varies. There is an average out-of-pocket limit in both plans. This cap is in place to avoid cost-sharing from spiraling out of control. When you reach this annual cost-sharing cap, the plan shifts and starts to cover 100 percent of all eligible benefits.

According to enrollment data from America's Health Insurance Programs, the two cost-sharing plans are among the least common Medigap alternatives (AHIP). They are, however, gaining in popularity.

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan Plan Cost Comparison by State

You can expect to pay between $102-$541 for a Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan in Wisconsin.
The pricing for each Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan in Wisconsin depends on your age and gender. For the Price Quotes below, they are based on either MF and age 65 for the city of Madison, WI and the zipcode 53703.

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan

Comparison Chart 2021

Age
Gender
Premium Low
Premium High
65
MF
$
102
$
541
Part A Deductible
Part B Deductible
Copays
$
371
$
203
$
5

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan

Benefits

Skilled nursing facility is available
Part A deductible is available

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan

Exclusions

Part B deductible is not available
Part B excess charges is not available
Foreign travel emergency is not available

Medigap 25% Cost Sharing Plan

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