As of January 1, 2020, Plan C and Plan F have been discontinued.
This is because both Plans C and F cover the Part B deductible, and Congress discovered that they were too inclusive and encouraged people to visit the doctor too often because coverage was essentially free.
Those visits were deemed wasteful and costing doctors and the government a lot of money for unnecessary doctor visits.
Going forward, people will have to meet the Part B deductible first.
However, if you already have a Plan C or Plan F in place prior to January 1, then you won’t lose your plan coverage, but you may end up paying a higher premium.