1. 42 POINTS
    Joann Quinn
    Independent Agent & Medicare Supplement Specialist, reMEDIGAP, USA
    Plan G is a standardized Medigap Plan. It will cover all your Medicare approved charges after you have satisfied the annual $147 Part B deductible.

    Medigap Plan G is gaining popularity as it closely resembles Medigap Plan F. The only difference being that with Plan G you pay the Part B deductible instead of the insurance company. After that, your Plan G acts just like Plan F -- covering insurance, co-pays, and deductibles.

    Generally, you will receive lower premiums with Plan G compared to Plan F for virtually the same benefits.
    Answered on August 19, 2014
  2. 2310 POINTS
    Steve Adlman
    Owner, Alabama Medicare Plans, Birmingham, Alabama
    Medicare Supplement Plan G is almost identical to Medigap Plan F. The only difference between Plan G and Plan F is that Plan G does not cover the annual Medicare Part B deductible (2017) of $183. You will save more than $183 a year with Plan G.
    Answered on June 12, 2017
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