Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan Choices


Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Are A Great Choice – Here’s Why

Mutual of Omaha supplement plans (also known as Medigap), are available in 42 states and the District of Columbia. Original Medicare + a Medigap policy from Mutual of Omaha provides you with many options. Seniors can choose from a wide variety of benefits and costs.  Along with variation based on your choice from Plans A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M, or N, the state you reside in will determine Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement rates. Thus you can select a plan to meet your budget.

Important  Medigap benefits to keep in mind – some beyond what Medicare Advantage plans offer:

  • No fee to apply for coverage
  • Coverage throughout the U.S.
  • No limitations on chosen providers, other than the physician or facility’s acceptance of Medicare
  • You coverage will NOT be cancelled based of your use of the benefits or a diagnosis of a new illness
  • A 30-day look at the plan at no charge
  • Should it be needed, a temporary ID as proof of your Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement coverage can be delivered electronically
  • Free look period of 30 days

The additional benefit specific to Mutual of Omaha Medicare is the peace of mind you’ll experience with coverage by a major insurance carrier with an A+ rating.

Here, then, is a Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement review, including a sample look at the various plan options and  estimated rates, at age 65:

A Chicago IL senior looking at the this plan would fine the following:

Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan G– A female would pay an approximate monthly premium of $122.92, while the monthly cost to a male for the same coverage would be $141.79.

Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan G Highlights: 

  1. Hospitalization: $329 a day for hospital costs during the 61st through the 90th day of the stay. This would eliminate any out-of-pocket cost for the insured as Medicare Part A pays all but $329 per day. Part A also pays all of the first 60 days of a stay, after the deductible has been met. In 2017, the annual deductible is $1,316. As of the 91st day, Plan A would pick up the $658 daily cost that Medicare Part A would not pay. So in other words, you’re fully covered for hospitalization.
  2. Hospice Care: It would pick up the tab for the co-payment/co-insurance for Medicare Part A. This is important to know that during a very difficult time, you or your loved are covered.
  3. Blood: 3 pints
  4. Costs for a stay in a skilled nursing facility

The Mutual of Omaha Supplement Plan G Pays Part B Benefits:

  1. Part B Co-Payments/ Coinsurance including medical care such as doctor visits, surgeries, speech therapy, physical therapy, diagnostic testing, and durable medical equipment.
  2. Part B Excess charges
  3. Home health care

Medicare Supplement Plan F

The most popular of the plans, the Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement plan F differs from Plan G option in only one key feature. While Mutual of Omaha Medicare Plan G does not pay Medicare’s Part B annual deductible ($183 in 2017.) Plan F does pay the deductible.    For Plan F, the approximate premium for a female is $143; for Plan G $122. A male would pay $165 and $142, respectively.

In addition to payment of deductibles for Parts A and B, Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan F will pay:

  1. Hospital: 100% of all hospitalization costs after Medicare Part A benefits have been exhausted
  2. Skilled Nursing: Up to $164.50 per day for days 21 through 100 of a stay in a skilled nursing facility. This wipes out any cost to the insured, as Medicare pays all but $164.50 per day. Medicare also pays all of the first 20 days up to its approved cost limits.
  3. Blood: 3 pints
  4. Hospice care: Medicare’s co-payment or co-insurance
  5. Part B excess charges: 100%. When any health care facility or provider charges a fee in excess of what Medicare has deemed reasonable and customary for that service (and therefore declines to pay), this benefit picks up the tab for that difference.
  6. Foreign Travel Emergency Care: After the insured pays the first $250 for the year, the plan will pay 80 percent of the remaining costs up to a lifetime limit of $50,000.
  7. Hospice care
  8. Part B Co-payments/Co-insurance including medical services such as doctor visits, lab work, surgeries, speech therapy, physical therapy, and durable medical equipment.

Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan F Review

A senior who needs to choose between the various Mutual of Omaha Medicare supplement plans should consider budget, level of health, prospect for surgeries, and overseas travel plans. Also keep in mind that Original Medicare doesn’t cover prescription drugs, so a prescription drug plan can also be purchased to cover drug costs.

To find out more about mutual of omaha medicare supplement plans or other medicare supplement insurance plans click here in addition you can speak with a licensed agent by calling  866-936-3831. Gary W Blackmon is licensed medicare insurance agent and helps customers from California to New York with their medicare coverage options. If you have any questions, need assistance in  enrolling, or would like to obtain a quote specific to you, please contact me.

Gary W Blackmon Insurance Agency is not endorsed or connected with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) or any government office or agency.

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