The following information was filed with the North Dakota Insurance Department which does not endorse or recommend a particular company or plan.
Because of a number of factors the annual premiums below are approximate. Factors such as gender, smoker status, and others, may impact the actual premium amount. Price is not the only issue to consider.
Please review all issues in relation to your own needs before purchasing a policy.
Age of applicant is under 65 & Medicare Disabled.
Premiums listed are based on a new applicant, male, non-smoker.
Companies may not offer all ten plans to those under 65 looking for Medicare supplement. While these companies listed below may consider your application for Medicare supplement, they are not required to sell you a policy.
|Plan||Company Name||Phone No.||Rating||Annual Premium|
|B||Liberty National Life Insurance Company||972-569-3744||A+||$7,250|
|F||Noridian Mutual Insurance Company (dba Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND)||701-282-1100||NR||$3,023|
|F (High Deductible)||United American Insurance Company||972-529-5085||A+||$2,586|
The companies listed below may offer you a Medicare supplement if you become eligible for Medicare due to disability and are converting from one of their existing policies. For premium and plan information, contact the company listed.
If you are unable to purchase any other Medicare supplement policy before you turn 65, CHAND, the Comprehensive Health Association of North Dakota may be an option for you. CHAND is a high risk insurance pool administered by the North Dakota Insurance Department and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota.
|Company Name||Phone No.||Rating|
If you are age 65 or older and are enrolled in part B of Medicare, you will have a six month 'open enrollment' period for Medicare supplement insurance. This means you may purchase a Medicare supplement policy regardless of your health status. A waiting period for pre-existing conditions may apply.
If you have additional questions, please call 1-800-247-0560 or email us at: email@example.com
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