Medicare beneficiaries may be wondering if they should enroll in a Medicare Supplement plan. Physicians Mutual offers several different plans, and it can be tough to decide which one is best for you. We’ll take a closer look at the plans and help you decide if one of them is right for you.

Physicians Mutual Medicare Supplement Plans

Medicare supplement plans are an excellent way to save money on your healthcare. They work with Original Medicare Parts A and B, helping you reduce or eliminate out-of-pocket costs by lowering copays coinsurance payments deductibles.

  • You deserve a second chance. That’s why they offer an option for you to switch plans after your first two years with no health questions asked.
  • Household discounts available
  • No maximum with preventative care.

Physicians Mutual Medicare Supplement Letter Plans

Medicare is a great program for eligible beneficiaries who need assistance with their medical expenses. There are 10 different policies known as plans A-N.

Benefits are standardized by the federal government. This means the benefits per letter plan will remain the same regardless of the carrier you choose to enroll with.

The best time to enroll is during your Medigap Open Enrollment Period. However, you can enroll in a plan at any time of the year as long as you have Part B. If you enroll outside your OEP, you’ll just have to answer some health questions.

With the exception of Plan F, you’ll be responsible to pay the Part B deductible, which is currently $233. All letter plans will cover all, or most, of the Part A deductible. Currently, the deductible for Part A is $1,556.

Physicians Mutual currently offers Plan A, Plan G, and Plan F. You can only enroll in Plan F if you were eligible for Medicare prior to 2020. Otherwise, the plan with the most benefits is Plan G, which has three different options.

With Plan A, you’ll get the core benefits only. This is the plan with the least amount of benefits. The only difference between Plan G and Plan F is with Plan G, you’re responsible for the Part B deductible.

As with every other state, premiums vary by multiple factors. If you go with Plan A, you’ll have an issue-age premium rate. With Plan G, you’ll have either an issue-age premium rate or an attained-age premium rate.

Physicians Mutual Medicare Supplement Plan Comparision

Letter Plan Part A deductible Part B deductible Excess charges Out-of-pocket maximum
Plan A $1,556/benefit period $233 All costs N/A
Plan G $0 $233 $0 N/A
Plan G Innovative Included in the plan’s deductible for the first 3 years, then $0 Included in the plan’s deductible for the first 3 years, then the full cost $0 $2,490 (plan’s deductible for the first 3 years)
Plan G High-deductible Included in the plan’s deductible Included in the plan’s deductible $0 $2,490

Physicians Mutual Medicare Supplement Reviews and Ratings

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FAQs

Does Physicians Mutual offer Medicare Advantage plans?

At this time Physicians Mutual does not offer Medicare Advantage plans. There are many carriers that have great ratings that do offer these plans.

Does Physicians Mutual offer Medicare Part D plans?

No, Physicians Mutual does not offer Part D prescription drug plans at this time. However, many other top carriers do in your area.

How to Enroll in a Physicians Mutual Medicare Supplement Plan

Physicians Mutual is a company that has been providing Medicare supplement plans to people for many years. They have a wide variety of plans, and each one is designed to fit the needs of different people. If you are looking for a plan that will cover all of your bases, then Physicians Mutual may be the right choice for you.

It’s always best to work with a licensed agent. They can search all the plans in your area to make sure you’re getting the most benefits at the lowest cost. Give us a call today at the number above. Or, complete our online rate form now to see rates in your area.

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by Lindsay Malzone, Lindsay Malzone is the Medicare expert for Medigap.com. She's been contributing to many well-known publications as an industry expert since 2017. Her passion is educating Medicare beneficiaries on all their supplemental Medicare options so they can make an informed decision on their healthcare coverage.