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TransAmerica Medicare Supplement (Medigap)

TransAmerica Medicare Supplemental plans have been serving United States citizens for almost five decades. TransAmerica Life Insurance Company are members of the Aegon group. Their subsidiaries are Stronebridge Life Insurance and TransAmerica Premier (TPLIC). Based out of San Francisco CA, they were found in 1904 and now serve over 19.5 million customers. They have a ton of experience when it comes to helping seniors with their Medicare Supplement policies. TransAmerica Medicare Supplements are also know for their conservative rate increases. 

TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Plans

All supplement plans are standardized, this means that regardless of what carrier you go with the coverage will be the same for each plan letter type. Supplement plans will cover some expenses like deductibles and co-payments that are not covered by Original Medicare. The health insurance plan is intended for the elderly citizens and young adults living with disabilities.

TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Eligibility & Enrollment

TransAmerica Medicare Supplement eligibility requires that you’re a senior citizens aged above 65 years old, or living with a disability, or living with long- term conditions like end stage renal disease, lateral sclerosis, and Lou Gehrig’s disease. The beneficiaries have to be enrolled in Medicare Part A and B.

You should apply during your Open Enrollment Period. Usually, the open-enrollment period lasts for six months. It starts three months before your 65th birthday, and it ends three months after you attain 65 years of age. 

Take advantage of the Open Enrollment Period because:

  • During this time, all insurance carriers are required by law to sell you any plan regardless of your health condition
  • The carriers will not charge you a premium higher than the normal rates
  • When you enroll for a TransAmerica Medicare Supplement policy during your Open Enrollment period, they will not delay the start of your coverage.

If your Enrollment Period ends before you enroll, the insurance carriers may deny your application if you don’t meet their underwriting requirements. Similarly, some carriers may accept your application but charge you a higher monthly premium. 

Which Health Benefits are Covered

These plans compliment Original Medicare rather than substitute it. This is because it only provides coverage for the gaps that exist in Original Medicare. For instance, if Medicare offsets 80% of your medical expenses, a supplement plan may help you pay the remaining 20%. 

These plans help you pay for your Medicare Part A and Part B coinsurance or co-payment, and the first three pints of blood. Furthermore, the plans may cover your medical expenses in a skilled nursing facility, hospice care, and medical costs that may arise while you’re in a foreign country. Please be aware that policies don’t cover your vision care, ear care, and dental care expenses. 

TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Insurance Options

Different types of policies offer different benefits. Plans that offer to pay more costs have higher insurance premiums while those that offer fewer benefits are relatively cheap. The typical plans include A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M and N. Each plan letter has to offer the same benefits regardless of the insurance provider who offers them.

Below we examine the different plan options available. 

  • Plan A
    • Part A and Part B co-insurance 
    • Additional medical expenses after you deplete your Original Medicare plans
    • The first three pints of blood
    • It also covers your hospice care coinsurance
  • Plan B
    • Medicare Part A and Part B coinsurance
    • Additional hospital costs after you deplete your Medicare benefits
    • It caters for the first three pints of blood
    • The plan covers your Medicare Part A hospice care, co-payment, and Part A deductible
  • Plan C 
    • Medicare Part A and Part B coinsurance
    • Hospital costs after you deplete your Original Medicare benefits
    • The first three pints of blood
    • Medicare Part A hospice care co-payment and Part A deductible
    • It covers the nursing facility coinsurance expenses
    • Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles
    • The plan may also cater for your emergency medical expenses while you’re in a foreign country
  • Plan DThis program offers similar healthcare benefits like those provided in Plan C. Unlike Plan C, however, this plan doesn’t cater for your Medicare Part B deductible.
  • Plan F: TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Plan F has a higher deductible than the other Medigap plans we have reviewed above. Some of the health benefits you’ll receive while enrolled in this plan include: 
    • Medicare Part A and Part B coinsurance
    • It caters for your hospital costs for 365 days after you deplete your Original Medicare benefit
    • The first three pints of blood
    • Medicare Parts A hospice care co-payment and Part A deductible
    • It covers the nursing facility coinsurance
    • Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles
    • The plan may also cater for your emergency medical expenses while you’re in a foreign country
    • This Medigap plan caters for your Medicare Part B excess charges
  • Plan G: TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Plan G offers similar health benefits as those of Plan F. However, this program doesn’t cater for your Medicare Part B deductible, and it has a higher out of pocket spending.
  • Plan K: This plan has the highest out of pocket expense when compared to all other plan options. Other benefits of this plan include:
    • Medicare plan A coinsurance
    • It caters for hospital bills for up to 365 days after your Original Medicare has been exhausted
    • Furthermore, this program caters for 50% of first three pints of blood, Medicare Part B coinsurance, nursing facility care coinsurance, and Medicare Part A deductible. 

Other Medigap plans include Plan L, which kicks in after you exhaust a set deductible. Plan M is a good option for people who want lower premiums but a high out of pocket spending, and TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Plan N, which offers similar benefits as those provided by Plan D. However, Plan N has a limit on your Part B coinsurance payment and requires co-payments for emergency and regular office visits. 

TransAmerica Medicare Supplement Application

To get started with your TransAmerica Medicare Supplement application, you have a few simple options:

  1. Call us using the number above to speak to an agent
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  3. Complete our rates form to have an agent compare rates in your area