We’ll walk you through the different parts of Medicare, how to enroll, and what to expect from your coverage. We want to make sure that seniors have a solid understanding of the basics so that they can make informed decisions about their Medicare coverage.
With so many Medicare plans to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start. Our plan comparison tool makes it easy to see the differences between available plans in your area. We provide you with a side-by-side comparison of plans that are available to you.plans may also have different costs, rules, and restrictions compared to Original Medicare.
Frequently asked questions
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Medicare to help you find the answers you’re looking for quickly and easily. Our FAQs cover a wide range of topics, from enrollment to coverage options, so you can get the information you need in one place. they’re looking for.
Glossary of Medicare Terms
We believe that understanding the terminology is an important part of making informed decisions about your Medicare coverage.
A federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, as well as certain younger people with disabilities.
Part A & B
Part A is hospital insurance that covers inpatient care in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, hospice, and home health care. Part B is medical insurance that covers doctor services, outpatient care, preventive services, and medical equipment.
Also known as Medicare Advantage, a type of Medicare health plan offered by private companies that contracts with Medicare to provide Part A and Part B benefits, as well as additional benefits such as vision, dental, and prescription drug coverage.
Prescription drug coverage that can be added to Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) or a Medicare Advantage plan.
Also known as Medicare Supplement, a private insurance policy that can help pay for some of the costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover, such as deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments.
The period of time during which you can enroll in Medicare or make changes to your coverage. The Initial Enrollment Period is when you first become eligible for Medicare, and there are also Annual Enrollment Periods and Special Enrollment Periods.
The amount you pay for healthcare services that are not covered by Medicare, including deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments.
The group of doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers that are contracted with a particular Medicare Advantage plan or other type of Medicare plan.
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