While the most popular Medigap policy remains the Plan F, there are a couple of plans that have become attractive options for many people. While the Plan G Medigap most closely resembles the Plan F, and is actually our favorite choice, many customers have been considering the Plan N. There is some cost sharing associated with the Plan N, such as $20 co-pay for doctors, and $50 co-pay for Emergency Room. Those are costs that are similar to what most people are used to paying with their under 65 Health Insurance, so they really aren’t that bad. The biggest caution we give our customers that want to switch to a Plan N is the Part B Excess. This simply means that with a Plan N, if your provider doesn’t accept Medicare Assignment, you could be responsible for and additional 15% on Part B services. If your providers do accept Medicare Assignment, however, the Plan N can be an attractive option. We have found that the Plan N is a great fit for our customers who have been on a Medicare Advantage plan, but did not like the network restrictions and out-of-pocket costs. If you would like to compare Medigap options, and see if Plan N is right for you, just give us a call at 877-740-8683, or visit www.emedigap411.com .