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Blue Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan

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Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans are identified by the letters A, B, C, D, F, G, K, L, M and N1. Each plan covers a different set of costs. The chart shows plans available from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, a Division of Health Care Service Corporation.

You may be eligible for a discount if you and another individual residing in your household are both enrolled in a Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Medicare Supplement Insuance Plan effective on or after January 1, 2020.

Basic Benefit Option Comprehensive Plan Option Budget-Conscious Plan Options Available for Newly-Eligible Before 1/1/2020 Only
Plan A Plan G High Deductible Plan G7 Plan K5 Plan L5 Plan N6 Plan F7 High Deductible Plan F7
Basic Benefits
100%/50% 100%/75%
copay applies
Skilled Nursing Coinsurance ✔ 
50% 75% ✔  ✔  ✔ 
Routine Eye Exam
Find a Vision Provider
✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ 
Part A Deductible ✔ 
50% 75% ✔  ✔  ✔ 
Part B Deductible ✔  ✔ 
Part B3 Excess ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ 
Foreign Travel3
Emergency Care
✔  ✔  ✔  ✔  ✔ 
Annual Out-of- Pocket Limit5 $6,220 $3,110
Reduced Premium Medicare Select Option Available1,2 (eligibility based on ZIP code) ✔  ✔  ✔ 


Eligibility is simple. If you’re at least 65, you must be:

  • Enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B.
  • A resident of the state where the plan is offered.

If you’re under 65 and disabled, you must be:

  • Getting Social Security Disability Insurance for 24 consecutive months, or
  • Diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), in which case Medicare starts immediately.

If you are under 65 and disabled, you are only eligible for Plan A in Texas.

Enrollment Periods

You can enroll in a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan during the open enrollment period. Open enrollment is the 6-month period beginning on the first day of the month in which you are enrolled in Medicare Part B. If you are on Medicare under age 65, you will also have a 6-month open enrollment period when you reach age 65. This six-month open enrollment period is the best time to enroll because it’s the only time when enrollment is guaranteed. If you want a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan after the open enrollment period, you may have to meet certain requirements and could pay more for the plan.

Guaranteed Eligibility

The best time to buy a Medicare Supplement insurance policy is around the time you turn 65. You have guaranteed acceptance during the six-month Open Enrollment Period that begins on the first day of the month in which you turn 65 and are enrolled in Medicare Part B. If you are under 65, have Medicare Part A and are within the six months following your enrollment for Medicare Part B, your acceptance is guaranteed for Plan A. If you are under age 65 and on Medicare, you will also have a six-month Open Enrollment Period when you reach age 65, beginning on the first day of the month in which you turn 65. In any scenarios, you must have Medicare Part B to be eligible for a Medicare Supplement Insurance policy.

Reduced Premium Options for Plans With Medicare Select

Some Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans have a money saving option called Medicare Select. With this option, the Medicare Part A deductible is covered for non-emergency care at Medicare Select hospitals. If it’s an emergency, the Part A deductible is covered at any hospital.

Medicare Select is not an HMO. You can choose your own doctors and specialists. To avoid paying the Part A deductible, you must agree to use a Medicare Select hospital for non-emergency care.

You’re eligible if you live within 30 miles of any Medicare Select hospital. Find a list of  Medicare Select  Hospitals.  Plans F, G, and N have Medicare Select options in Texas.

Only certain hospitals are network providers under this policy. Check with your doctor to find out if he or she has admitting privileges at the network hospital. If he or she does not, you may be required to use another doctor at the time of hospitalization or, if you still use a non-network hospital, you must pay the Part A deductible and any non-covered charges. 

  • How to Enroll

    You can apply for a Blue Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan online, over the phone, or through the mail.

    You can access your Outline of Coverage on our Forms & Documents page.


    You can enroll through our secure and convenient Blue Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan online application form.

    CALL 1-866-292-6745 (TTY 711)

    For personal help applying for a plan:

    We are open 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., local time, 7 days a week. If you are calling from April 1 through September 30, alternate technologies (for example, voicemail) will be used on weekends and holidays.


    Complete an application:
    You can download your Outline of Coverage and Application from our Forms & Documents page and mail it to:

    Blue Medicare Supplement
    1000 E. Warrenville Road
    Naperville, IL 60563

    Find out about your Open Enrollment Period and other information:

    Choosing a Medigap Policy: A Guide to Health Insurance for People With Medicare

    Outline of Coverage and Application

    If you live in a zip code:

    • that begins with 733, 754-759, 763-769, 778-792, 795-799 or 885:

    Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Outline of Coverage and Application for Standard Plans

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    • that begins with 750-753, 760-762, 774, 776-777 or 793-794:

    Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Outline of Coverage and Application for Standard Plans

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    • that begins with 770-773 or 775:

    Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Outline of Coverage and Application for Standard Plans

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  • Do You Need Drug Coverage?

    Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans are not allowed to offer coverage for prescription drugs. Many people with Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans get a prescription drug plan.

    Learn more about prescription drug plans.

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Rates as of 05/01/2021. Rates are illustrative only. Actual rates are based on your age, where you live, and your choice of coverage. Please do not send money, you cannot obtain coverage under the above plans until an application is completed and approved. Benefit exclusions and limitations might apply.

Important Information About Quotes for Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans

Quoted prices are based on the criteria specified during your search. This illustration is subject to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas’s rating or underwriting and approval, as appropriate, and does not guarantee rates, coverage or effective date. Furthermore, rates are subject to change if any of the information you have provided changes when and if a policy is approved. In addition, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas reserves the right to change rates from time to time.

Policy Numbers: Plan A: UWMSP(A)-2010, Plan F: UWMSP(F)-2019, Plan High Deductible F: UWMSP(F-HD)-2019, Plan G: UWMSP(G)-2019, Plan High Deductible G: UWMSP(G-HD)-2020, Plan K: UWMSP(K)-2019, Plan L: UWMSP(L)-2019, Plan N: UWMSP(N)-2019, Medicare Select Plan F: UWMSP-SEL(F)-2021, Medicare Select Plan G: UWMSP-SEL(G)-2021, Medicare Select Plan N: UWMSP-SEL(N)-2021.

Benefits and premiums under this policy may be suspended for up to 24 months if you become entitled to benefits under Medicaid. You must request that your policy be suspended within 90 days of becoming entitled to Medicaid. If you lose (are no longer entitled to) benefits from Medicaid, this policy can be reinstated if you request reinstatement within 90 days of the loss of such benefits and pay the required premium.

There is a 30-day free examination period to have the premium paid refunded.

  1. Not all of these plans are offered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas.
  2. Not to exceed any charge limitation established by the Medicare program or state law.
  3. Plans cover medically necessary emergency care services needed immediately because of an injury or illness of sudden and unexpected onset, beginning during the first 60 days of each trip outside the USA. There is a deductible of $250 and a lifetime maximum benefit of $50,000.
  4. The out-of-pocket annual limit may increase each year for inflation (2021 limits shown).
  5. Plans K and L pay 100% of covered services for the rest of the calendar year once you meet the out-of-pocket yearly limit.
  6. Plan N requires a copayment of up to $20 for office visits and a copayment of up to $50 for ER.
  7. These high deductible plans pay the same benefits as Plans F and G after one has paid a calendar-year $2,370 deductible. Benefits from High Deductible Plans F and G will not begin until out-of-pocket expenses are $2,370. Out-of-pocket expenses for this deductible are expenses that would ordinarily be paid by the policy. This includes the Medicare deductibles for Part A and Part B, but does not include the plan’s separate foreign travel emergency deductible.