Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan*G offers the most comprehensive protection available to New Mexico seniors looking to enhance Original Medicare. This plan from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico, A Division of Health Care Service Corporation can offer deserving seniors the peace of mind they deserve with a plan they can depend on from a trusted provider.
This Plan offers 100 percent coverage for your Part A deductible ($1,600 as well as total coverage for the remaining charge for days 61-90 in the hospital after Medicare pays ($400 a day). For days 91 and beyond, this plan pays for 100 percent of Medicare-eligible expenses and 365 extra days of coverage after Lifetime Reserve is used up. This plan also pays for all costs of receiving skilled nursing care until day 101, 100 percent of the costs of the first three pints of blood, and your Medicare copayment/coinsurance for hospice care.
Medical expenses that you incur in or out of the hospital and outpatient hospital treatment can be costly. With this plan, you can count on coverage for the remainder of any Medicare-approved amount (after your Part B deductible is paid in full), 100 percent of Part B excess charges.
Part A deductible and coinsurance
365 extra days of hospital care after Medicare benefits end
Part B deductible, coinsurance, and 100 percent of excess charges
Skilled nursing facility copayment, hospice care, and home healthcare-approved services
100 percent coverage for the first three pints of blood
After a $250 cost, 80 percent foreign travel emergency care (up to $50,000 lifetime)
What You Can Expect to Pay
With comprehensive coverage from Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan G, you can expect to pay your Part B deductible, all hospitalization costs after an additional 365 days after the Lifetime Reserve are used, all costs of skilled nursing facility care after 101 days, and a foreign travel deductible of $250 annually plus 20 percent of costs within the first $50,000.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico will never terminate or refuse to renew your policy because of the condition of your health. As long as you continue to pay your premium.