- Medicare Advantage PPO comes with a limited network of providers. You will still have an option to see out-of-network providers, however you will pay higher coinsurance. Medicare Supplement (Medigap) has no network; it gives you freedom to choose any provider in the US that accepts Medicare assignment.
- Unlike Medicare Advantage PPO, most Medicare Supplement plans don’t have copayments or coinsurance. However the Medicare Supplement monthly premium is generally higher than Medicare Advantage PPO.
- Most Medicare Advantage PPO plans do include Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug), while Medicare Supplement plans don’t.
What are the major differences between PPOs and Medicare Supplement (Medigap)?
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