Original Medicare Articles

Why does Original Medicare not include most prescription drug coverage?

People age 45 and older take an average of four prescription medications daily, according to research from AARP conducted between 1986 and 2002. If you’re new to Medicare, you might be surprised to learn that Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) doesn’t... Read more

Tips for Lowering Out-of-Pocket Medicare Expenses

Out-of-pocket Medicare expenses include all medical expenses that you have to pay out of your own pocket, such as deductibles, copayments, and coinsurance. If you are familiar with an employer-sponsored health-care plan, you may expect an out-of-pocket... Read more

Medicare Part A – Hospital Insurance

What is Medicare Part A coverage? Medicare Part A is health insurance offered by the federal government to United States citizens and legal immigrants who have permanently resided in the U.S. without a break for at least five years. You’re eligible if... Read more

Medicare Eligibility If You Are Under 65

As you might know, the Medicare eligibility age is 65, and to be eligible you have to be an American citizen or legal permanent resident of at least five continuous years. However, did you know you might be qualified for Medicare before age 65? This article... Read more

What Is the Difference Between Medicare Part A and Part B?

Original Medicare is made up of two parts: Part A, hospital insurance, and Part B, medical insurance. They can work together, but coverage does not overlap. Medicare Part A covers your hospital expenses. This includes hospital stays, skilled nursing care... Read more




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