Heartland-National Medicare Supplement Insurance

Heartland- National Life Insurance Company was incorporated in 1994. The Company exclusively caters to the seniors, providing them with effective Medicare Supplemental Policies. Additionally, Heartland-National Life also offers other products for the seniors such as Long Term Care Insurance.

Heartland- National Life Insurance Company has experienced a tremendous growth and expansion since its 15 years presence in the market. The Company owns assets worth $5,641,319, a capital of about $1,500,000 and a net surplus equaling $2,506,908. Heartland- National is based in Salt Lake City, UT. Individuals seeking any information regarding the Long Term Care coverage offered by Heartland National Life Insurance Company can make use of this phone number: (801) 931-6276.

Heartland National Life Insurance Company’s Supplement plan(s) is the best choice seniors can make while seeking Medigap Insurance. Heartland National Life is renowned for its excellent customer care service with a wide range of Medicare Supplements.

What are Medigap Plans?

These plans are structured to complement or enhance the coverage provided by Original Medicare. It is offered by the private insurance companies.

The plans offer great financial help in paying the health care ‘out of the pocket’ expenses such as deductibles and co-payments provide immense financial support in covering the ‘gaps’ that Original Medicare proves unable for. It is also known as Medigap.

Basically, there are 10 standard Supplemental Medicare policies (Plans A to J) and two more plans that consist of a deductible of high calendar year.

The Open Enrollment Period:

An individual is eligible to purchase Medigap during the open enrollment time (enrollment period). This enrollment period starts on month’s first day where the individual becomes 65 years of age or above and gets enrollment for Medicare Part B Plan. There are some additional or extra open enrollment periods in some of the states.

A person is also eligible for Medicare Supplement Insurance if he/she under the age of 65 and has been receiving disability benefits as Social Security for at least 24 months. Not every but some of the companies offer these policies or Medigap plans to the individuals who are under the age of 65.

When a person reaches the age of 65 years, he/she is offered an open enrollment period wherein the respective person can buy the Medigap policy that suits his/her budget and needs. In some situations, because of disability if you become eligible for receiving  Medicare after enrolling yourself in Medicare Part B Plan, you also are offered an open enrollment period.

Original Medicare Plans Fail to Cover:

  • Vision
  • Long Term Care
  • Hearing aids
  • Private Nursing care
  • Dental
  • Eye-glasses

How are Rates Determined?

  • Issue age-rated Hearing aids
  • Attained age-rated
  • Community rated (also known as ‘no age-rated' )

Each company determines its rate for its policies and premiums. It is always beneficial to know in advance about the rates the respective companies have decided for a particular policy and the type of insurance coverage it provides. The manner in which an insurance company determines the prices of their plan affects the client’s financial situation hugely.

Heartland National Insurance Medicare Supplemental Rates

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