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62A.3163 MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT PLAN WITH 50 PERCENT PART A DEDUCTIBLE COVERAGE.

(a) The Medicare supplement plan with 50 percent Medicare Part A deductible coverage must have a level of coverage that will provide:

(1) 100 percent of Medicare Part A hospitalization coinsurance plus coverage for 365 days after Medicare benefits end;

(2) coverage for 50 percent of the Medicare Part A inpatient hospital deductible amount per benefit period;

(3) coverage for the coinsurance amount for each day used from the 21st through the 100th day in a Medicare benefit period for posthospital skilled nursing care eligible under Medicare Part A;

(4) coverage for cost sharing for all Medicare Part A eligible hospice and respite care expenses;

(5) coverage under Medicare Part A or B for the reasonable cost of the first three pints of blood, or equivalent quantities of packed red blood cells, as defined under federal regulations;

(6) coverage for 100 percent of the cost sharing otherwise applicable under Medicare Part B, after the policyholder pays the Medicare Part B deductible;

(7) coverage of 100 percent of the cost sharing for Medicare Part B preventive services and diagnostic procedures for cancer screening described in section 62A.30 after the policyholder pays the Medicare Part B deductible;

(8) coverage of 80 percent of the hospital and medical expenses and supplies incurred during travel outside of the United States as a result of a medical emergency; and

(9) coverage for 100 percent of the Medicare Part A or B home health care services and medical supplies after the policyholder pays the Medicare Part B deductible.

(b) A Medicare supplement plan with 50 percent Part A deductible coverage must provide the benefits contained in this section, but must not provide coverage for 100 percent or any portion of the Medicare Part B deductible to a newly eligible individual.

NOTE: The amendment to this section by Laws 2019, chapter 26, article 5, section 8, regarding coverage requirements applies to Medicare supplemental policies or certificates sold or issued on or after January 1, 2020, to a newly eligible individual. Laws 2019, chapter 26, article 5, section 13.