Very similar to Plan F, Plan G also pays Medicare Part B Excess Charges and offers all of the benefits available in Plan A and Plan C. The only difference is that you will be responsible for paying your Part B deductible. Plan G includes:

  • Medicare Part B Excess Charges at 100 percent
  • The benefits offered with Medicare Supplement Plan A
    • Hospitalization – Covers beyond the 60 days that Original Medicare fully covers
    • Hospice care – Covers the copay or coinsurance not paid by Original Medicare
    • Medical expenses – Covers the remaining 20 percent that Original Medicare won’t pay
  • Coverage for your Original Medicare Part A deductible
  • The benefits offered with Medicare Supplement Plan C
    • Skilled nursing facility care – up to 100 days
    • Foreign travel emergency medical care – 80 percent of the costs up to a $50,000 lifetime maximum

Skilled Nursing Facility Care

Original Medicare covers skilled nursing facility care for up to 20 days]if you have been in a hospital for at least three days and enter a Medicare-approved facility within 30 days of your hospital discharge.

With Plan G, you are covered for up to 100 days. Here’s how it works:

  • Days 1 to 20 – Original Medicare covers all approved amounts
  • Days 21 to 100 – Medicare covers all costs except $161 per day (Plan G covers that $161 per day)

Foreign Travel Emergency Medical Care

If you need medical care while traveling outside of the United States, Original Medicare won’t cover these costs. Plan G covers 80 percent of the costs for any medically-necessary emergency care services during the first 60 days of each trip you take. You will also have a $250 deductible and a $50,000 lifetime maximum.

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