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Optional Supplemental Benefits The term 'Optional Supplemental Benefits ' as it applies to the area of Medicare in the United States can be defined as ' Services not covered by Medicare that enrollees can choose to buy or reject. Enrollees that choose such benefits pay for them directly, usually in the form of premiums and/or cost sharing. Those services can be grouped or offered individually and can be different for each M+C plan offered'.
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