Medigap Law and Legal Definition
Medigap refers to various private supplemental health insurance plans sold to Medicare beneficiaries in the United States that provide coverage for medical expenses which are not covered or partially covered by Medicare. Medigap is designed specifically to supplement and complement Medicare’s benefits by filling in some of the gaps of Medicare coverage. Hence the name Medigap. In order to be eligible for Medigap a person must be enrolled in part A and B of Medicare.