Are there separate deductibles for Medicare Part A and Part B? Do Medigap plans cover both of them if I sign-up for one?
Since Medicare Part A ("Hospital Insurance") and Part B ("Medical Insurance") are separate plans covering different types of medical services, they have separate deductibles.
In 2014, the Medicare Part B deductible is $147 per year. But for Part A, it's $1,216 for each benefit period.
Medicare supplement ("Medigap") plans C and F cover both of the deductibles for Medicare Part A and B. Medigap Plan A covers neither deductible. And the rest of the Medigap plans cover some or all of the Medicare Part A deductible, but none of the Part B deductible.