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Frequently Asked Questions About Medicare

What is Medicare?

Medicare is a federal health insurance program in the United States that provides coverage for individuals who are 65 years old or older, as well as certain younger individuals with disabilities or specific health conditions.

What are the different parts of Medicare? Medicare is divided into four parts: Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D.

Part A covers hospital insurance and inpatient care.
Part B covers medical insurance and outpatient care.
Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage, offers an alternative way to receive Medicare benefits through private insurance companies.
Part D provides prescription drug coverage.

Who is eligible for Medicare?

Most U.S. citizens and legal residents who are 65 years or older are eligible for Medicare. Additionally, individuals under 65 with certain disabilities or end-stage renal disease may also qualify.

When should I enroll in Medicare?

The initial enrollment period for Medicare is a seven-month period that begins three months before your 65th birthday month and ends three months after. It is generally recommended to enroll during this period to avoid any late enrollment penalties.

Do I need both Part A and Part B?

Most people are automatically enrolled in Part A when they turn 65, while Part B requires a separate enrollment. Part A is typically premium-free for those who have paid Medicare taxes for a certain period. Part B has a monthly premium that is based on your income.

What does Medicare Part D cover?

Medicare Part D provides prescription drug coverage. It helps pay for both generic and brand-name prescription drugs, and the specific coverage can vary based on the plan you choose.

What is the difference between Medicare Advantage and Original Medicare?

Original Medicare refers to the combination of Part A and Part B, which is provided by the government. Medicare Advantage, on the other hand, is an alternative to Original Medicare and is offered by private insurance companies. Medicare Advantage plans often include additional benefits such as vision, dental, and prescription drug coverage.

Can I make changes to my Medicare coverage?

Yes, you have the opportunity to make changes to your Medicare coverage during the Annual Enrollment Period, which typically runs from October 15th to December 7th each year. During this time, you can switch between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage, change prescription drug plans, or make other changes that better suit your needs.

What is the Medicare Part B late enrollment penalty?

If you don't enroll in Medicare Part B when you are first eligible and don't have other creditable coverage, you may be subject to a late enrollment penalty. This penalty is added to your monthly premium for as long as you have Part B coverage.

Where can I find more information about Medicare?

For more information about Medicare, you can visit the official Medicare website at You can also contact your local Social Security office or speak with an insurance agent specializing in Medicare plans. You can also reach out to our office and we will guide you through the process.

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