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Medicare Supplement insurance can help you pay for some of the health care costs that Medicare Parts A and B do not cover. Copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles for Medicare-approved services are covered by this supplemental product.
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Medicare Supplement insurance is offered to Medicare-eligible employees who work 16 or more hours per week at a participating employer with fewer than 20 employees, as well as their Medicare-eligible spouses. This insurance is also available to retirees of affiliated employers, as well as their Medicare-eligible spouses, widows, or widowers.
At the time the individual becomes eligible for Medicare, he or she must enroll in Medicare Part A and part B as his or her primary coverage and enroll in this plan within the six-month enrollment period that immediately follows that person's Medicare eligibility date.