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Medigap (supplemental) policies

You may have other health care costs that won’t be covered by either Part A or Part B of Medicare, such as deductibles and co-pay amounts, and certain other services, Unless you have other health insurance—for example, if you are a veteran, a union member, or a retiree with an employer health benefit—you may want to consider purchasing a policy that gives you the extra coverage you may need. To supplement Medicare Parts A and B, you can purchase a “Medigap” policy.  Medigap policies are offered by private insurance companies, and there are a variety of plans to choose from, based on the services you would want to have covered.

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