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; A, F & G. 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 is also very popular. The only difference between plan F and Plan G is; Plan G does not pay for the Part B annual deductible of $147. Part B coinsurance of 20% after the deductible is payed in full, and the Part A Benefit Period deductible of $1,260 and coinsurance is covered. Keep in mind, when comparing Plans F and G, if the monthly premium savings is more than $147 per year for plan G, it’s a better value.
Another popular option is plan N (although with Plan N you will need to look at other companies, Mutual of Omaha does not offer Plan N. Plan N 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.
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How to Enroll … New to Medicare or changing companies? Simply call or email, and I will send you the appropriate enrollment form for your state. When finished simply fax it back to me at: 800-995-9913, and I’ll do the rest to make sure your application is processed quickly and with the effective date you are requesting. And be sure to call anytime with your questions.
- Trip Insurance – Medical insurance for travel anywhere in the world. Medicare does not provide coverage outside the U.S.