Medicare Supplement or Medigap Plans in Wisconsin

There are 0 Medigap Plan F available to residents in Wisconsin from different health insurance providers. Medicare Supplement Plans pay hospital and doctor bills not covered by Original Medicare, including deductibles and coinsurances. Medigap policies are standardized in Wisconsin, making them easy to compare. The plans premiums range in price from .

Medigap Plan F in Wisconsin

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Plan Name Under 65 Community Issued
American National Life Insurance Company of TexasYesNoNoYesSep 18 2019
American Republic Corp InsYesNoNoYesJun 07 2013
American Republic Insurance CompanyYesNoNoYesMay 12 2016
Blue Cross Blue Shield of WisconsinYesNoNoYesJun 07 2013
Central States Indemnity Co of OmahaYesNoNoYesJun 07 2013
Colonial Penn Life InsuranceYesNoNoYesMay 12 2016
Humana Insurance CompanyYesNoNoYesSep 18 2019
Physicians Life Insurance CompanyYesNoNoYesSep 18 2019
Physicians Life Insurance CompanyYesNoYesNoSep 18 2019
Physicians Mutual InsuranceYesNoNoYesJun 07 2013
Standard Life and Accident Insurance CompanyYesNoNoYesMay 12 2016


Plan Type Premium
Plan A$40 - $235
Plan B$76 - $117
Plan C$97 - $148
Plan D
Plan F
Plan F High Deductible
Plan G
Plan K
Plan L
Plan M
Plan N
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Under 65 -- If this plan is avaiable to people under the age of 65.

Community Rated Pricing -- The base premium is the same for everyone in the area, regardless of age.

Issue Age -- The premium is based on your age at issue. And the premium will only increase with the carriers state-wide increase.

Attained Age -- The carrier will price the policy based on your age at issue and the premium will increase over time with your age. This is the most common pricing method that carriers use.

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Please contact, 1-800-MEDICARE, or your local State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) to get information on all of your options. Enrollment depends on the plan’s contract renewal.

Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system.