Broker - Dan Ramthun
WI Medicare Supplement Insurance and much more.
WI Medicare Supplement Insurance have you confused?
Whether you are turning 65 and need to know what your health insurance options are or if you are already on Medicare and want to compare plans and prices, we are here to help.
What is a Medicare Supplement?
Medicare Supplement, Med Sup or Medigap, policies are private health insurance plans which supplement your Medicare coverage.
These policies help to cover costs that Medicare does not (including: copayments, deductibles and coinsurance). Every Medigap policy must follow Federal and State laws that are designed to protect you.
These policies are standardized and are available with different options. Basically the only difference between Medicare Supplement (Medigap) policies between insurance companies is the cost. Read more to learn about the benefits of a Medicare Supplement policy.
Whatever your insurance needs, as an independent broker, we can search all available carriers to find the plan you need at the best available rates.
What does Medicare supplement cover?
Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Plans can have the following benefits:
Medicare Part A Hospital costs for an additional 365 days
Medicare Part B Coinsurance and Copayment
Cover Part A and Part B Deductibles
Skilled Nursing Facility Care Coinsurance
Foreign Travel Emergency
Some plans cover 100% of these costs.
Call Your Watertown WI Medicare Supplement Specialists Today!
Are you new to medicare and trying to wade through all the medicare supplement plans? We can not only find the best rates for you on WI medicare supplements, but we can walk you through the different plans and how they work and eliminate any confusion. We offer the same service as our regular health plans by checking all the major carriers we can find the coverage you need at the most affordable rates.
Go ahead and compare your WI health insurance or medicare supplement rates. All you have to lose is a higher premium!
How Can We Help?
WI Health Insurance Rate Increases
Madison, WI—The Wisconsin Office of Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) has completed its initial analysis of rate filings in the individual market.