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Why Choose Health Net?
Health Net companies help more than five million people get the health coverage they need. We do this by helping to make it easier to get important health care benefits and services.
When you have Health Net, you have coverage that helps you stay healthy and is there for you when you’re not. You have doctor networks that give you choices. And you can count on extras to help you be your healthiest.
Benefits of joining Health Net
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A wide variety of plans for individuals, groups and Medicare beneficiaries
Vision, dental, chiropractic, acupuncture, and mental health services
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What You Should Know About Medicare Supplement Plans
Whether you’re new to Medicare, or just want to brush up on your Medicare information, we’ve laid out all the answers for you.
What Is A Medicare Supplement Plan?
A Medicare Supplement plan (also called a Medigap policy) is private health insurance designed to supplement Original Medicare coverage. Medicare Supplement insurance helps pay some of the health care costs (or “gaps”) that are not covered by Original Medicare, such as copays, coinsurance, and deductibles. All Medicare Supplement plans must follow federal and state laws. The standardized policies that can be offered by Medicare Supplement insurance companies are identified by the letters A through N.
Medicare Supplement plans do not replace Original Medicare plans; they only work to supplement Original Medicare benefits. Medicare supplement plans typically do not cover long-term care, vision, dental, hearing aids, eyeglasses, or private nursing.
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