Mutual of Omaha plan F – Rates & Benefits

Mutual of Omaha is one of the most well respected insurance companies in the US.  And when it comes to Medicare Supplement companies, they are at the top.  For over 100 years Mutual of Omaha has been providing products and services throughout most of America and known for it’s competitive premiums.

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In most states Mutual of Omaha offers Medicare Supplement plans; F, G & N.  F being the most popular because it covers all of the Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles and coinsurance.  When you see a doctor or visit a hospital you pay nothing!  It’s quite a deal.  Please see the benefit matrix below for a comparison.

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Plan G …

The only difference between plan F and Plan G is; Plan G does not pay for the Part B annual deductible of $233.  Part B coinsurance of 20% after the deductible is payed in full, and the Part A Benefit Period deductible of $1,556 and coinsurance is covered.  Keep in mind, when comparing Plans F and G, if the monthly premium savings is more than $198 per year for plan G, it’s a better value.

Plan N …

Another popular option is plan N, which provides a unique mix of comprehensive benefits coupled with an excellent monthly premium.  Plan N is a little different than F and G in that Plan N does not cover the Medicare Part B deductible, or the Part B Excess Charges.  To learn more about Excess Charges please click here (Click Here).  Also with Plan N, when you see a doctor for an outpatient visit you will be responsible for a $20 Co-pay.

Mutual of Omaha was founded in 1909, and has been one of the nations most trusted and recognized insurance companies for the past 100 years.  Mutual of Omaha is a Fortune 1000 insurance and financial services company based in Omaha, Nebraska.  The company’s name is synonymous with the wildlife television program, Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, which ran from the 1960’s through the 1980’s.

Mutual of Omaha is rated “A+” (Superior) by A.M. Best Company, and independent insurance rating organization.

Other Company Rates:

Anthem  – Mutual of Omaha  –  Aetna  –  Blue Shield  –  UnitedHealthcare

How to Enroll … 

New to Medicare or changing companies?  Simply call or email, and I will be happy to help you through the process and make sure your enrollment is processed quickly and with the effective date you are requesting.

Please call anytime with your questions.

John Conner

John Conner

Medicare Plan Options ... Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D Rx

This Post Has 20 Comments

  1. Hi Carol, Medicare should cover the cataract surgery. Whatever Medicare covers, MOO will also pay their portion as well. If Medicare denies the claim, MOO will also deny.

    If you have more questions, please let me know.

    Thanks .. John

  2. carol harney

    I have mut of omh it is the best. I have had cancer and other problems and moo has covered all the extra cost… my question is now I may need eye surgery for caterics.. will moo pay for anything medicare doesn’t.

  3. Hi Larry, in order to enroll into a Medicare Supplement policy you must either pass medical underwriting or have a guarantee-issue situation. A guarantee issue situation is for example; a person who is new to Medicare or someone exiting an employer health insurance plan.

    Call me when you can so we can discuss your options.

    Thanks .. John

  4. Larry Cotton

    I am fighting advanced prostrate cancer. I am 69 and I am on basic Medicare. My doctors have told me that I need plan F. to cover what Medicare does not and a plan to cover prescriptions. I want to keep Medicare and my Doctors at Sutter Hospital in Elk Grove, Ca. and Sacramento, Ca. I am currently going thru an infusion process to enhance my immune system. I am getting financial aid from Provenge, the maker of the coating of my white cells. We have a mobil home in Galt, Ca. and I have an apartment at Yosemite where I work. I am off work until Feb, 1 while I go thru this treatment. I would like to get approximant costs for these plans. You can E-mail me or set a time we can come to see you. My treatments are Mondays and Thursdays. Thank You…Larry

  5. Hi Robert, it depends on a couple factors. 1: the state you live in, not all states offer under age 65 medicare supplement plans. 2: if you are in a “guarantee-enrollment” period or situation, which is typically, someone new to medicare, or if you have recently exited an employer health insurance plan, or recently started or stopped Medicaid.

    Robert, let me know your situation and I’ll see what is available. Thanks … John


    I’m on disability but have medicare a and b but I’m not 65 I was born 10/09/1959 can I get plan G

  7. Hello Robert, I’m not sure what the Mutual of Omaha rates will be next year. In Maryland their current Med Supp rates started June 2015 and will most likely go through June 2016. Mutual won’t post their new rates until about April 2016. I an not sure who AA dental is so I’m unable to comment about them. Thanks Robert.

  8. Robert C. Bates

    Zip Code is 21403, born June 20, 1928. I have Plan F and I would like to know what my premium is per year. I would also like to know details of what it covers. Finally, I would like to add dental coverage to my policy provided I can afford it and it will cover some upcoming dental work. (tooth extraction, tooth cap and possibly implants. Is aa dental policy good at any dentist establishment?

  9. Hi Gloria, what is your zip code and i’ll send them over.

    Thanks. John

  10. Gloria Ochoa

    Hi. Would you be able to give me the monthly cost of plan F and G? Birthdate us 12/20/1945 and a nonsmokers. Thanks.

  11. Hello Mary, the Mutual of Omaha Medicare Supplement Plan F rate for a person age 60 in zip code 35962 is: $400.17 per month. Once you turn 65 the rate will go down to approx: $140 for plan F.

  12. Mary Holmes

    CTould you please send me a quote for plan F my DOB is 8/6/55. My zip code is 39562.

  13. Hello Beverly, please send me your age and zip code and I will let you know what is available in your area.

    Thanks .. John.

  14. Beverly Terran

    I am on fixed budget and can’t afford medicaide spend own which when is met by receipts they don’t respond and it’s left unapproved and not paid! Do you offer a budget plan that covers plan F for lower income Medicare people?

  15. Hi Dorla, I just emailed the F & G Plan rates for Mr. Guin. I’ll be sending your rates in a few minutes.

    Thanks … John

  16. Dorla Guin

    I would like the rates for plan F & G for my husband and myself. His BD is 10/20/1942 and mine is 01/27/1943. Zip code is 97449. Thank You

  17. Hi Louise, no, a Medicare Supplement plan is not a re-reimbursement plan, it simply pays their share of what Original Medicare does not. For example when you see a doctor, the claim is sent to Medicare first. Then Medicare notifies the Supplement company to pay their portion. It’s that simple.

    Thanks .. John

  18. Louise Mandina

    Is plan F coverage of deductibles and co pays a reimbusement plan.

  19. Hi Jerry and Sharron, I’ll be happy to confirm the Plan F rates for you. What are your ages and zip code, so I can confirm your rate.


    John Conner

  20. Jerry A & Sharron R Maudlin

    I have talked to a William Miller over the phone and even sent hom via e-mail our prescription lists as he said he could help us with recommending a drug plan as well. I have sent Bill an e-mail that if I do not hear from him today I will proceed on my own.

    Please confirm the cost per person for Plan F


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