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GETTING STARTED WITH MEDICARE
Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) covers inpatient care, including care received while in a hospital,
a skilled nursing facility, and, in some circumstances,
Medicare Part B (medical insurance) covers medical services/supplies that are necessary to treat your health condition. This can include outpatient care, preventive services, ambulance services, and medical equipment.
Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage)
covers everything that Original Medicare
(Part A and Part B)
covers and may
Medicare Part D
insurance for your medication needs.
With all four parts of Medicare insurance, you too could have supreme insurance coverage!
Medicare Advantage Plans, ("Part C" or "MA Plans") are an “all in one” alternative to Original Medicare. They are offered by private companies approved by Medicare.
Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)
is a policy that helps pay for some of the
health care costs that Original Medicare doesn't cover, such as Copayments.
Part D Drug Plans
Different insurers offer different types of plans, so your monthly plan premium and out-of-pocket expenses for
prescription drugs will vary from plan to plan.