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How many Americans have Medicare Supplement (Medigap) insurance coverage. The Medicare Supplement Enrollment 2022 is expected to be 14.6 million. This represents a slight growth over 2021 and 2020. The number of Medigap policies has increased from 9.7 million in 2010.
While the number of Americans on Medicare has increased, the number with Medigap has only grown slightly. At the same time, the number with a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan continues to rise. Several million more Americans chose MA plan options.
See latest Medicare Advantage plan enrollment statistics.
Medicare Supplement (also called “Medigap”) plans do exactly what the name suggests.
They supplement or fill in the gaps of qualifying health care costs that Medicare doesn’t cover. Medicare Supplement plans cover care and service that Medicare covers. They simply can pay costs that Medicare does not pay.
All Medigap plans are standardized. They are offered by various insurance companies. Plans are identified by letters.
See the most popular Medigap plans bought by seniors turning age 65.
Plans are standardized. But the premiums (what you’ll pay) are not. They can vary significantly. One insurance company can charge twice as much for the same coverage as another insurance company.
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The Association does NOT sell insurance. But we proudly know and share tips from some of the best Medicare insurance agents.
Read a page where we share their tips for saving on Medicare Supplement insurance.