This chart is helpful when you need to compare Medicare plans. It explains the main differences between Medigap Insurance and Medicare Advantage Plans:
Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)
Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C)
State, but must also follow federal laws
Federal (plans must be approved by Medicare)
Gaps in Original Medicare coverage
All Part A- and Part B-covered services and supplies
You must have
Part A and Part B
Do you pay a premium
Yes. You pay a premium for the policy and you pay the Part B premium.
Yes. In most cases you pay a premium for the plan and you pay the Part B premium.
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