Medicare Coverage – What You Need to Know about Medicare Part A and B

Medicare is for people age 65 and older, or those who have a disability. However, there are many insurance carriers and plans that are available for you to consider within the Medicare program. The plans are not created equal, and the cost and coverage can vary greatly.

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What is Medicare Part A?

Medicare Part A is hospital insurance that covers inpatient hospital care. Most people 65 or older are automatically eligible. Some qualify for Medicare Part A before they reach the age of 65 if they are disabled.

What is Medicare Part B?

Medicare Part B covers services such as surgeries, doctor visits, and lab tests. It also covers equipment and supplies such as walkers and wheelchairs. These are preventive and medically necessary services.

How much does Medicare Part A & B cost?

You usually don’t pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part A, however, there may be deductibles when you receive services. If you choose to enroll in Medicare Part B, most people pay $121.80 per month and have a much lower deductible when receiving services. The cost and coverage can vary, which is why it’s important to consider all your options from different insurance companies to be able to select the best Medicare plan for your unique needs.

How to Enroll in Medicare

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