American Republic Corp Insurance Company
Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap) Policies
PO Box 1, Des Moines, IA, 50306-0001
Distance: 1036 Miles
Medicare Supplemental Insurance policies, also known as Medigap, are insurance policies that cover many out-of-pocket costs associated with Original Medicare, such as deductibles, copayments and coinsurance.
Medigap policies provide payment for costs not covered by Original Medicare Part A and B. They do not provide any Medicare prescription drug coverage (Part D). To get that coverage, a beneficiary needs to enroll in a standalone Medicare prescription drug plan.
There are different types of Medicare Supplemental Plans (Medigap):
* Extended Basic
* Medicare Supplement Alpha Plans (F, K, L, M and N)
More information about Medicare Supplemental policies can be found in the Minnesota Board on Aging's Health Care Choices for Minnesotans on Medicare: http://www.mnhealthcarechoices.com
- Older adults
Generally, Medicare Supplemental policy purchases are available without health screening within six months of enrollment in Medicare Part B.
Complete an application with the insurance company or agent.
Monthly premiums vary according to policy and company selected.
7:30am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
|Main - Insurance - Returns call next business day||(800) 247-2190|
|Main - Medicare Supplement Insurance||(866) 705-9100|
- Claims Submission Address for Paper Claims PO Box 21670, Eagan, MN, 55121-0316
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LH-3000.5000Medicare Insurance Supplements Definition
Organizations that offer insurance policies which pay for some health care costs that are not covered by Medicare. These generally include Medicare deductibles and co-payments, but not long-term care.
YC-5100Medicare Beneficiaries Definition
Individuals, age 65 and older or younger than age 65 with a disability, who have hospital, medical and prescription drug insurance through the federally-funded Medicare program.