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Expand your Medicare coverage with a Medicare Advantage Plan. Some plans may offer additional coverage for prescription drugs, dental and vision.
3 things to know about Original Medicare:
Medicare is a federal program that ensures U.S. citizens and permanent legal residents 65 years of age and older and younger individuals with certain disabilities or End Stage Renal Disease have affordable health care coverage options. In 2017, more than 58.5 million people were enrolled in Medicare, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.**
There are 4 parts of Medicare: Parts A, B, C, and D. Each part covers different services.
In order to qualify for Medicare coverage, you must be at least 65 years old and a citizen (or permanent legal resident) of the United States. You also may qualify if you are under 65 and have a qualifying disability or End-Stage Renal Disease.
Some people are enrolled in Medicare automatically. If you are not enrolled automatically, you can enroll on your own during certain enrollment periods.
More info: Medicare eligibility and enrollment
Each part of Original Medicare provides different benefits. Part A provides hospital coverage and Part B provides non-emergency medical coverage.
More info: Medicare benefits
Part A is free for most enrollees, according to Medicare.gov.
Part B comes with a monthly standard premium that is $135.50 in 2019 for most people, according to Medicare.gov. It may cost more, depending on your income.***
Both Part A and Part B have out-of-pocket coverage costs such as deductibles and copayments.
Part A is hospital insurance and is the first half of Original Medicare. Its coverage includes inpatient hospital stays, hospice care, and skilled nursing facility care.
Generally, you must have Medicare Part A to get Medicare Parts B, C, or D.
It is premium-free for most Medicare enrollees.
More info: Medicare Part A
Part B is medical insurance and is the second half of Original Medicare. Its coverage includes outpatient hospital care, preventative care, doctors services, and other non-emergency medical care.
You must pay a monthly premium to get Part B coverage.
More info: Medicare Part B
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**CMS.gov, “CMS Fast Facts.” Published August 29, 2017. https://www.cms.gov/fastfacts/
***Medicare.gov, “Part B Costs.” Published 2017. https://www.medicare.gov/your-medicare-costs/part-b-costs/part-b-costs.html
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