Anthem Medicare Supplement plans in Nevada are available in many different options. Medicare Supplement plans A, F, High Deductible F, G and N. All have a different level of protection to meet your unique needs.
Anthem Plan F …
Being the most popular simply because it covers 100% of all Medicare-approved claims and services. When you see a doctor or are admitted into a hospital you will not have any medical out of pocket expenses.
Anthem Plan G …
Plan G is identical to Plan F except with Plan G you will need to satisfy the Medicare Part B (outpatient) deductible of $140. Once this deductible is satisfied your plan will pick all expenses Medicare does not pay for.
Anthem Plan N …
Plan N is relatively new. Introduces June 2010, Plan N has been a very popular Medicare Supplement for Medicare members looking to save on their Medigap premiums. The way Plan N works is; you will need to satisfy the Medicare Part B deductible of $147 (just like Plan G). Medicare Part B “Excess Charges” are also your responsibility, you can better understand how Excess Charges work by clicking here. Finally with Plan N you will have a doctor visit co-payment of 20% with the maximum amount being $20, and a $50 copay for emergency visits.
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Anthem High Deductible Plan F …
Anthem has one of the most competitive Medicare Supplement High Deductible Plan F’s available nationwide. Just like the original Plan F, except with the High Deductible Plan F you will first need to satisfy a $2,110 annual deductible before any insurance or medicare benefits start. Once the deductible has been met you will have 100% coverage for the balance of the year.
Nevada Hospitals …
Banner Churchill (Fallon), Battle Mountain Hospital (Battle Mountain), Boulder City Hosp (Boulder City), Carson Tahoe (Carson City), Carson Valley (Gardnerville), St. Rose Hospitals (Henderson, Las Vegas), Childrens Heart Center (Las Vegas), Desert Springs (Las Vegas), Grover Dils (Caliente), Harmon Medical (Las Vegas), Health South (Henderson, Las Vegas), Humboldt (Winnemucca), Incline Village Hosp (Incline Village), Kindred Hospitals (Las Vegas), Las Vegas Surgery (Las Vegas), Mesa View (Mesquite), Monte Vista (Las Vegas), Mt. View (Las Vegas), North Vista (North Las Vegas), Northeastern (Elko), Northern Nev Med Ctr (Sparks), Nye (Tonopah), Pershing (Lovelock), St. Mary’s (Reno), Sierra Heart (Reno), South Lyon (Yerington), Southern Hills (Las Vegas), Spring Mtn (Las Vegas), Spring Valley (Las Vegas), Sunrise Hospitals (Las Vegas), Washoe Health System (Reno), West Hills (Reno), William Bee (Ely),
Anthem is a financially strong company, with rates that are usually competitive depending on the State and County you reside, they are also very easy to deal with. In other words their customer service is “very good.” You’ll want to deal with companies which are easy to contact (a person), make policy changes quickly and accurately and are pleasant on the phone. If any of these aspects change for the negative, drop them because you don’t want to have a bad experience with your Medicare Supplement company. You can rest assured the companies I show tend to be industry leaders and generally provide superior support and competitive rates.
If shopping for a Medicare Supplement you can switch companies anytime through out the year. The annual open enrollment periods during the months of November and December of each year are for Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Part D Rx plans. This open enrollment period has nothing to do with Medicare Supplement plans.
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