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What is Medicare?

Medicare is the federal health insurance program for:
•People who are 65 or older
•Certain younger people with disabilities
•People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)
Medicare is divided into 4 parts: ... LEARN MORE

What Is Medicare Part A?

Medicare Part A is often referred to as the hospital insurance. It helps to pay for a portion of the costs of care you receive if admitted to a hospital or other similar facility.
Part A Coverage includes:
• Inpatient care in a hospital
• Skilled nursing facility care
• Hospice care
• Home Health Care

What is Medicare Part B?

Medicare Part B helps pay for outpatient health care, such as when you go to your regular doctor for routine check-ups or see a specialist. The two types of services that Part B covers are:
(1). Medically necessary services: those that are required to diagnose or treat a medical condition.
(2). Preventive service: services to help prevent illness or identify it at an early stage, when treatment would be most effective.

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What is Medicare


Medicare is the federal health insurance program for:

•People who are 65 or older
•Certain younger people with disabilities
•People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)

Medicare is divided into 4 parts:

• Part A (Hospital Insurance)
• Part B (Medical Insurance)
• Part C (Medicare Advantage Plans)
• Part D (Prescription Drug Coverage)


What Is Medicare Part A?

Medicare Part A is often referred to as the hospital insurance. It helps to pay for a portion of the costs of care you receive if admitted to a hospital or other similar facility.
Part A Coverage includes:
• Inpatient care in a hospital
• Skilled nursing facility care
• Hospice care
• Home Health Care


What is Medicare Part B?

Medicare Part B helps pay for outpatient health care, such as when you go to your regular doctor for routine check-ups or see a specialist.
The two types of services that Part B covers are:
(1). Medically necessary services: those that are required to diagnose or treat a medical condition.
(2). Preventive service: services to help prevent illness or identify it at an early stage, when treatment would be most effective.


Part B Coverage Includes:

• Routine doctor visits
• Preventive care visits
• Mental health care services
• Durable Medical Equipment
• Supplies or services needed to treat a certain medical condition


What is Original Medicare?

Medicare part A and Part B make up what is called Original Medicare.
How much does Original Medicare ( Part A and B ) cost?
In 2020, you will pay $198 for your Part A& B deductible. After you meet your deductible for the year, Medicare will pay 80% of the bill, and you typically pay 20% of the Medicare approved amount for these services with NO out of pocket maximum:
• Most doctor services-including the doctor services while you're a patient in a hospital
• Outpatient therapy
• Durable medical equipment

Original Medicare (Part A & B) doesn’t offer any coverage for prescription drugs.

What is Medicare Part C?

Part C plans are also called Medicare Advantage plans. Part C plans provide all of the same services as Parts A and B, plus extra benefits, usually including prescription drug coverage, vision, and dental benefits. These plans are available through private insurance companies.


What is Medicare Part D?

Medicare Part D is coverage that helps pay the costs of prescription drugs. Part D plans are referred to as prescription drug plans, sometimes abbreviated PDP's.
•You can purchase a Part D plan from a private insurance company, in addition to the Original Medicare coverage (Part A &B) that you get from the federal government.
• OR you can get prescription coverage as part of a Medicare Advantage plan through a private insurance company.
•Part D Plans vary in cost and structure



➔ If you decide not to get Medicare drug coverage (Part D) when you're first eligible, you'll likely pay a late enrollment penalty if you join later unless one of these apply:

•You have other creditable prescription drug coverage
• You receive extra help from Medicare to pay the prescription costs, premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance of Medicare prescription drug coverage.

Extra Help

The financial struggle of retirement can make Medicare Plans unaffordable for seniors. However there are several government and community based Medicare extra help programs available to provide assistance. Our Group is committed to help all of the seniors with financial Our group's main objective is to assure that our elderly citizens will be provided with all the available options and alternatives that will contribute to have a better quality of life. Medicare Beneficiaries can qualify for Extra Help (LIS) or commonly known as Low Income Subsidy, with their Medicare prescription drug plan costs. The Extra Help (LIS) is estimated to be worth about $4,000 per year. To qualify for the Extra Help, a person must be receiving Medicare, have limited resources and income, and reside in one of the 50 States or the District of Columbia.