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What sort of coverage is provided by these voluntary supplemental policies?

George D. Burns

Cost Reduction Strategies

Burns and Associates, Inc

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Doubt if anyone tracks that type of information, would seem to be impossible.

Ignore my answer, sorry. I thought you were asking about all voluntary type (accident, dental, etc. ) plans, not supplemental. I did not read the question correctly.

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I would suggest searching on medigap rather than medicare supplement as it appears that cms.gov uses the term "supplementary medical insurance" in reference to Medicare Part B and you can accidentally wind up w/ the wrong statistic.

That said, GMK's second link is what I would use as for the answer.

@GBurns - medigap is generally regulated as to coverages: http://www.medicare.gov/supplement-other-insurance/compare-medigap/compare-medigap.html

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