The Medicare Supplement Plan G is similar to Plan F in popularity.
With Plan G, you have no coinsurance, no copays and no Part A deductible.
The major difference between Plan F and Plan G is the Part B deductible.
With Plan G, you are responsible for the first $226 of Medicare-approved medical charges each calendar year. This is the Part B deductible in 2023.
PLAN G PAYS
Medicare Part A coinsurance and hospital costs (up to an additional 365 days after Medicare benefits are used)
Medicare Part A deductible
Medicare Part A hospice care coinsurance or copayments
Skilled nursing facility coinsurance or copayments
First 3 pints of blood
Medicare Part B excess charge
Foreign travel emergency (80% up to plan limits)
After the Part B deductible has been met:
Medicare Part B coinsurance or copayment
Medicare Part B deductible
* No Medicare Supplement plan pays for a skilled nursing home facility beyond 100 days.