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To: John Koligman who wrote (115180)8/20/2021 4:21:30 PM
From: Rarebird  Read Replies (1) of 116215
My supplemental Plan G plan with Aetna costs me $143 a month. The problem with these plans are that there are 8-10% rate increases per year. I was with Cigna Plan G for 3 years and switched out to Aetna Plan to save $50 per month. Same benefits for both. So, in a way, it is like trading.

What I don't like about the Medicare advantage plans is that G-d forbid you get unexpectedly sick and are out of your home area, you better be careful what hospital or doctor you see because if it is not in network, you will get charged a fortune.

If you plan on staying put in your home area, then medicare advantage is worth it if your network is composed of top doctors and hospitals.

I understand in cases of emergency the extra fees are waived. But that can be a debatable point outside of sudden heart attacks and epileptic seizures.
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