There are 29 insurance companies that sell Medigap plans in Oregon. Medicare Supplements pay hospital and doctor bills not covered by Original Medicare, including deductibles and coinsurances. Please note that all of the rates shown are base rate samples from within your state. Use this information for comparison purposes only.
What Every Oregon Senior Needs to Know About Original Medicare and Medigap
If you are not yet familiar with Medicare supplemental insurance policies sold in Oregon, or how they can protect you from the bills Medicare won’t pay, you can read our Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plan information. Medigap policies are standardized in Oregon, making them easy to compare. We offer a comprehensive overview of all Medicare supplement plans and benefits.
Medigap vs. a Oregon Medicare Advantage Plan
While you’re looking through Medicare supplement plans, it’s a good idea to look at Advantage plans that offer full coverage Medicare Benefits. A Medicare Advantage plan can protect you from big bills and provide you with additional options, including a drug plan, vision, dental, hearing and more. We make shopping easy with our complete catalog of Oregon Medicare Advantage Plans.
Medicare Part D Plans Work with Oregon Medigap Plans
Don’t forget that Original Medicare and Oregon Medigap plans do not cover the cost of your prescriptions. For this you need Medicare Part D. We offer the complete catalog of Medicare Prescription Drug Plans available in Oregon.
Eligability and Availability
You are eligible to apply for Medicare Supplement insurance in Oregon if you are:
- A resident,
- Enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, and
- You are age 65 or over.
Medigap plans are available in the following counties: Wasco, Marion, Clackamas, Washington, Multnomah, Hood River, Columbia, Sherman, Yamhill, Clatsop, Tillamook, Polk, Linn, Benton, Lincoln, Lane, Curry, Coos, Douglas, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Deschutes, Harney, Jefferson, Wheeler, Crook, Umatilla, Gilliam, Baker, Grant, Morrow, Union, Wallowa, Malheur, and most rural areas not covered by health plan networks.