Cut your costs. See any Medicare-doctor nationwide.
Medicare Supplement plans are designed to pay for expenses not covered by Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Part B). Members can use any Medicare-participating doctor or hospital they want, without referrals, even when traveling across the US.
Horizon Medicare Blue Supplement plan advantages:
- See any doctor that accepts Medicare
- No membership fees and no application fees
- Exclusive member discounts through Blue365®
- Save up to $24/per year with EFT payments
- Option to add a prescription, vision and/or dental plan
Plan C and Plan F are only available to eligible applicants who turned age 65 prior to January 1, 2020, or to those who turned 65 on or after January 1, 2020, but have a Part A effective date prior to January 1, 2020
Take a look at two of our most popular plans.
If you're looking to save money on premiums, Plan G offers you all the same benefit of Plan F, except it does not cover your Medicare Part B deductible.
You pay a lower premium in exchange for smaller copayments at doctor's office and emergency room visits.
- $0 out–of–pocket costs for hospital stays
- Up to $20 per office visit and up to $50 for emergency room visits
Take a moment to review the important information in this official government guide. It includes information about:
- Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policies
- What Medigap policies cover
- Your rights to buy a Medigap policy
Frequently Asked Questions
Is my acceptance guaranteed?
If you are age 65 or older, your acceptance is guaranteed if: you apply prior to or during the Medicare Supplement Open Enrollment Period; or you lose coverage and meet the criteria for Guaranteed Issue Eligibility. Medical underwriting does not apply if you meet either condition.
What is medical underwriting?
Medical underwriting is a process that determines eligibility for coverage based on an applicant’s responses to a series of health related questions on the application. Medical underwriting only applies to applicant’s age 65 or older who do not qualify for guaranteed acceptance.
What's the difference between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement?
Medicare Advantage plans cover all services you receive under Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), and many plans include vision, dental and hearing benefits. Some plans also include prescription drug benefits. Medicare Supplement plans (Medigap) cover the costs Original Medicare leaves you to pay. These costs can include 20% coinsurance and your Medicare Parts A and B deductibles. Your coverage works together with your Original Medicare Parts A and B benefits and does not include prescription drug benefits.