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Seniors with Medicare Insurance

Most people who are on Medicare are 65 or older. There are some people who are under 65 who qualify for Medicare because they have certain disabilities.

Original Medicare includes Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance). It usually covers about 80 percent of medical costs. What can you do to cover the rest?

Medicare Part A - Hospital Insurance
Medicare Part C - Medical Insurance
Medicare Part C - Hospital Insurance
Medicare Part C - Perscription Drug Coverage

Medicare Part B — Medical Insurance

  • Helps cover doctors’ services, hospital outpatient care and home health care

  • Helps cover preventive services

  • You usually pay a monthly premium for Part B coverage


Medicare Part C — Medicare Advantage

  • Combines Medicare Part A, Part B and usually Part D coverage in one convenient plan (you continue paying your Part B premium)

  • Can cover extra coverage that goes beyond Original Medicare

  • Medicare plans managed by private insurance companies

Medicare Part D — Prescription Drug Coverage

  • Helps cover the cost of prescription drugs

  • Medicare plan provided by private insurance companies

Medicare Part A — Hospital Insurance

  • Helps cover inpatient care in hospitals

  • Helps cover skilled nursing facility, hospice and home health care

Medicare Part D - Perscription Drug Insurance
Medicare Part B - Hospital Insurance