Ohio Medicare Supplement plans are available through multiple companies. Coverage and rates vary, depending on the type of contract you choose, your age, and which part of the Buckeye State you live. Senior Medigap benefits help reduce your out-of-pocket expenses while providing many different types of benefits.
Listed below are Medicare Supplement contracts offered to individuals that qualify for enrollment. Generally, Seniors that have reached age 65 and have signed up for Part B may be eligible for a policy. A six-month period begins the month you reach age 65, regardless of any medical conditions. A separate Open Enrollment period also begins on October 15th and ends on December 7th each year.
CareSource is a leading nonprofit health insurance company based in Dayton. Ohio medical plans provided include Marketplace coverage to persons under age 65, Medicare Advantage plans to Seniors, and Medicaid benefits to low-income households. Prices are extremely competitive when compared to other Buckeye State carriers. Compare plans and enroll for new coverage.
Review affordable Medigap health insurance plans in Ohio for Seniors receiving Medicare benefits. During Open Enrollment and other eligible periods, you can easily compare quality Supplement coverage from top-rated companies. You also may be able to reduce your out-of-pocket expenses by filling in the gaps that original benefits do not cover. We simplify the comparison, application, and enrollment process, so you can quickly obtain secondary needed coverage. Advantage and Part D prescription drug plans are also available.
Anthem Ohio health insurance quotes are available on our website at the lowest direct rates provided by the insurer. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield individual, small business and family policies include catastrophic and comprehensive plans, and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). Senior Medicare, dental, and vision plans are also offered. Exchange policies include 10 required essential benefits.
For 2019, ACA-compliant plans (applicants under age 65) are available in 25 counties, and a larger market share in the Buckeye State is possible in 2020. Plans for persons that have reached age 65 are very popular choices. Grandfathered and grandmothered plans (Non-ACA contracts) are not impacted.