Medigap in Wisconsin

There's only 1 Medigap plan available if you live in Wisconsin.

What's covered?

  • The Part A coinsurance or copayment for: 
    •  Inpatient hospital care
    • Skilled nursing facility care
    • Hospice care
  • 175 days of inpatient mental health care per lifetime, in addition to what Medicare covers
  • 40 home health care visits, in addition to what Medicare covers
  • The Part B coinsurance (generally 20% of the Medicare-approved amount) for medical costs
  • 3 pints of blood each year
  • Benefits that Wisconsin must offer (known as state-mandated benefits)

Note: Plans known as "50% and 25% Cost-sharing Plans" are available. These plans are similar to standardized Plans K (50%) and L (25%). A high-deductible plan is also available.

Important Plan Information

Insurance companies can add more coverage to the Medigap policy. You may choose any or all of these options to design a Medigap policy that meets your needs:

  • Part A deductible
  • Additional home health care (365 visits including those paid by Medicare)
  • Part B deductible
  • Part B excess charge
  • Foreign travel emergency care
  • 50% Part A deductible
  • Part B copayment or coinsurance

Contact your State Insurance Department for more information on these policies. 

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