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Anthem Blue Cross Adds Plan G Medicare Supplement In California

Anthem Blue Cross has rolled out Medicare Supplement Plan G in California.  Available for start dates of March 1, 2017 and after.

Plan G covers similar to Plan F but does not cover the Part B Medicare Deductible ($183 in 2107).  For Medicare Beneficiaries over 70 Plan G can save more in premium than the Part B deductible, making G worth a look on your birthday (California Birthday Rule) 

As you know, we added SilverSneakers** to our marketed Plans A, F and N in California. We are happy to share that SilverSneakers will be included with Plan G as a value-added program

Anthem Blue Cross

For a no-obligation Anthem CA Plan G rate quote, give me a call at 800-509-0659


**SilverSneakers is a value-added program. It is not insurance and not part of the Medicare Supplement insurance plans. It can be changed or withdrawn at any time. The SilverSneakers fitness program is provided by Tivity Health, an independent company. Tivity Health and SilverSneakers are registered trademarks or trademarks of Tivity Health, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries. © 2017 Tivity Health, Inc. All rights reserved


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