Plan F was the most popular Medicare Supplement plan in the past.
MACRA legislation that becomes effective on January of 2020 has a big impact on that.
People new to Medicare beginning January 1, 2020 and after, cannot own a Plan F under the new MACRA Legislation.
Congress does not want folks to own a plan with $0 deductible and has enacted the law to prohibit those folks from owning one.
For the new to Medicare Folks the plan now to own is Plan G. Identical to Plan F with the ONLY exception being that with the Plan G you must pay the Medicare Part B deductible which was $185 in 2019.
Those who had Medicare prior to December 31, 2019 are grandfathered and can own and purchase a new Plan F for years into the future.