Compare Anthem Medicare Supplement plans F, G and N in Folsom California.
The primary difference between plan F and N is, Plan N has an annual outpatient deductible of $203, then a $20 copay for all outpatient doctor, specialist and lab services. The emergency room copay is $50, and the inpatient hospital coverage is 100%.
Anthem Plan G is very similar to plan F except G doesn’t pay for the Medicare Part B outpatient annual deductible which is currently $198.
First you need to find the right plan for your unique needs, either a Medicare Supplement plan or a Medicare Advantage plan, if it’s a Medicare Supplement, plan F being the most popular, then plans G and N, are close.
Each Anthem plan offers a different level of coverage. With Original Medicare you would be responsible for the Medicare deductibles, percentages and co-insurance.
An Anthem Medicare Supplement is what is called “secondary coverage.” When you go to a doctor or hospital, they are required to send the “claim” to Medicare first, not to the Medicare Supplement company. Once Medicare approves the claim or services, Medicare notifies the Medicare Supplement company, who then pays their portion. It’s that simple.
Which Company and Plan … Find the coverage and price which will work with your health care needs and budget.
Not all companies are created equal, some are easier than others to deal with. I’ll tell you whether they are a good performer or if they are hard to deal with. Rates are important but also how well the company performs for you.
Are they easy to contact, do they make changes to your account quickly and accurately, do they have flexible billing options? These are all questions you should be asking yourself before you enroll in the new plan.
Anthem, Blue Shield and Health Net … are in my opinion, some of the best when it comes to insuring and servicing seniors and their Medicare plans. I can call and receive answers quickly. Changes to members accounts are done accurately and on time. Their rates are typically very competitive in the different counties near Folsom and around Northern California. Anthem Blue Cross of California is definitely a company you should include when comparing Medicare Supplement plans and rates.
$240 Savings … in Folsom
$20 per month discount … Now you can enjoy a additional monthly discount off of your Medicare Supplement premiums? Here’s how .. Anthem and also Blue Shield are offering this fantastic “New to Medicare Discount” for their Medicare Supplement applicants. Qualified applicants will receive $20 off their monthly premium for the first 12 months of their policy – for a savings of $240. Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
Qualified applicants will receive $20 off their monthly premium for the first 12 months of their policy – for a savings of $240.
- Be age 65 or older as of January 1, 2020;
- Enroll in our Medicare Supplement Plan F;
- Have coverage effective date of January 1, 2020, or after; and
- Coverage effective date must be within six (6) months of their Medicare Part B effective date.
Taking advantage of all discounts can provide substantial savings! Enroll in electronic funds transfer (EFT), annual payment, and the household discount – combine these discounts with the New to Medicare Discount to save even more.
What a great time to enroll in our Medicare Supplement Plan F, providing an even more affordable option to meet your needs!
Also, take advantage of the California “Birthday-Rule.” This Medicare Supplement rule allows any Medicare Supplement member in California, the ability to switch to any other Medicare Supplement company offering plans in California, during the month of their birthday … guaranteed.
Regardless of your current health status or past claims. The switch is automatic. This is one of the best options for any California Medicare Supplement member. Click Here
If you would like to switch over to one of the Anthem California Medicare Supplement plans, feel free to call me and I can walk you through the enrollment. Or, print the enrollment form from the link above and fax, email or mail the application back to me for processing.
No Cost Help … there is no charge for my services. The insurance companies provide a fee for me to help with coverage options, enrollment and service.