GPM has competitive Medicare Supplement insurance options. The company is a mutual company which means they are by definition, owned by policyholders. Any profits earned are returned to those policyholders in the form of reduced future premiums or dividend distributions.
GPM Medicare Supplement Reviews
If GPM has the lowest premium option in your area, they make a great choice. All products GPM offers are top-quality and supported by an outstanding customer care team. We are proud to offer GPM as one of the many top carriers in the Medigap industry.
Best GPM Medicare Supplement Plans
GPM Life offers Medicare Supplement Plan A, C, F, G, and N. But, the most popular options are Plan F, G, and N.
Plan F is the most comprehensive option, leaving you with nothing to pay out of pocket aside from the monthly premium. The runner up plan is Plan G, which offers comparable coverage to Plan F. The only difference is your responsibility for the Part B deductible.
Now, if you’re fairly healthy, Plan N could be the most beneficial option for you. The low premium and small copayments on select services make this option great for those on a budget.
Let’s go over some health issues that are an automatic denial if you’re subject to underwriting.
Uninsurable Health Conditions with GPM Medicare Supplement include:
- Aids Related Complex
- Any cardio-pulmonary disorder requiring oxygen
- Chronic Hepatitis
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Other Chronic Pulmonary Disorders:
- Chronic bronchitis
- Chronic obstructive lung disease
- Cystic fibrosis
- Chronic pulmonary fibrosis
- Chronic interstitial lung disease
- Diabetes (Minnesota and Wisconsin only)
- Kidney disease requiring dialysis
- Chronic kidney disease
- Kidney failure
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
- Systemic Lupus
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Myasthenia Gravis
- Organ Transplant
- Osteoporosis with fracture
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Senile Dementia
- Other Cognitive Disorders:
- Mild Cognitive Impairment
- Organic brain disorder
In addition to the conditions above, there are more reasons an application will face denial.
- Implantable cardiac defibrillator
- Use of supplemental oxygen
- Use of nebulizer
- Asthma requiring constant use of three or more medications including inhalers
- taking any medications that must be administered in the doctor’s office
- Advised to have medical tests, surgery, further diagnostic evaluation, treatment, or therapy
- If height and weight fall under the “decline” category
Now, you can see why agents suggest enrolling in Medigap when you’re first eligible. Of course, we understand life happens.
Further, if you fall under GPM’s uninsurable list, that doesn’t all carriers will deny you. It just means GPM won’t insure you.
Our agents are highly skilled professionals that will work to help you find a solution to coverage.
We love helping people find the company and policy that’s best for them, that’s why we don’t represent just one carrier.
GPM Medicare Supplement Premiums
Zip code, policy, tobacco use, age, and gender all impact the cost. Further, if you’re outside of the Medigap Open Enrollment Period, you can expect to pay a slightly higher premium in most states.
Keep in mind, the state you live in can greatly impact the cost of your Medigap plan. The same plan in another state could cost more or less.
How to Sign Up for a GPM Medicare Supplement Plan
Do you want the policy with the most value? What would that look like to you? Would a low premium or few copayments bring you the most happiness?
Well, these are things our agents understand. We take a look at all the options in your area before making a suggestion.
And, we ultimately let you decide which option makes the most sense for you. Because you’re the one using the insurance, we know it’s important that you understand the coverage you’re getting.
Our agents can help you find the carrier and policy that best fits your needs. All you have to do is call the number above and an agent will help you get started.
Or, you can fill out an online rate form to get your quotes now!