Call (888) 310-0376 to Get a Quote. AARP Medicare Supplement Plan F is offered by United Healthcare. This video addresses whether or not AARP Plan F is the best Medicare supplement.
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The first thing you should understand about Medicare supplement policies (also known as Medigap) is that plans are standardized. That means that the core benefits contained in AARP Medicare supplement Plan F will be the same no matter which insurance company makes Plan F available.
AARP is not the insurance company. United Healthcare is the insurance company. In order to buy an AARP Medicare branded supplement you will need to be a member of AARP. There are many benefits of membership beyond being able to buy a supplement and the annual fee is very reasonable.
As far as AARP Medicare supplement being the best medicare supplement, the question really needs to be re-phrased in light of understanding that Medigap policies are standardized plans.
A better question would be, "Is AARP Medicare supplement Plan F the most comprehensive?" And the answer would be yes. In addition to Plan F paying your share of expenses for all Medicare-covered services, AARP Plans include discounts on vision, drugs and include a Silver Sneakers Gym membership.
The discount on drugs is just that, a discount. It is not Medicare part D drug coverage nor a replacement for Part D.
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Don’t be penny wise and pound foolish. I knew my income was not going to be
sufficient to cover a lot of medical expenses, including deductibles and
co-pays, so I studied the plans very, very carefully. Less than a year
after signing up for Medicare and Plan F I went from thinking I was healthy
to being diagnosed with a heart condition which led to congestive heart
failure, and finally resulted in getting a pacemaker, also intermediate
risk leukemia, and degenerative arthritis of the spine (I’ve lost 2 inches
in height), and then a failed thyroid which caused numerous tests. I also
fell and broke my arm and needed two surgeries, a plate and screws. In the
four years since I enrolled in Medicare and Plan F my healthcare costs have
been over 100k and my out of pocket costs have been less than $100. I pay
about $60 more a month than my friend who signed up for a cheaper plan, and
her expenses have been averaging about $4k a year out of pocket. Stubborn
woman is too optimistic and says, “Yes, but next year I’ll be healthier and
I’ll save a lot of money.”
+Julie Blackwelder More people deciding on a plan need to hear your story.
Thanks for sharing.
necesito información en español por favor.
Great explanation David!