Any medical insurance professionals on the board?

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  1. Gator515151

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    I've been trying to figure out my insurance coverage since retiring in March. Things have gotten quite confusing. I am on Medicare A & B and when I retired I signed up for Plan F through Cigna. For 25 years I was with Cigna through Orange County and things were simple. All I had to do was sign on to Mycigna.com and all the bills, deductables and stuff was right there. In a matter of a few minutes I could figure it all out.

    I have been getting medical bills and EOB's that show what was paid and what I owe. My assumption was Plan F pays what medicare does not. Is that correct? I just want to make sure all the bills are being paid and I am not getting screwed. Can somebody explain how medicare plan F works and why I am getting these bills?
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    AARP might be able to help. A nonprofit called RSVP, federally funded, often provides programs to explain Medicare to seniors.