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Yes, my supplemental insurance is provided by former employer. I pay 78+ monthly out of my pension check. I used to have a very good drug plan, covered most anything and I paid deductible on 90 day prescriptions. Now, I pay the same, but I am enrolled in medicare part D.

Yes, I guess it would be a Medigap...pays after my deductible, 80% of what Medicare does not pay.

I wonder if I would be better off dropping the Medigap and enrolling in one of those all in one Medicare programs?

Sorry to read about your heart problems and wish you well. Take care,

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