Medicare Part A

Part A covers hospital services, including inpatient hospital care, limited home healthcare visits, short-term skilled nursing facility stays, and hospice care.

Medicare Part B

Part B covers general medical services, including preventive, diagnostic, and treatment services for health conditions.

Medicare Part C

Part C, also known as Medicare Advantage, is offered by private insurance companies. It can cover Part A, Part B, prescription drugs, and additional healthcare services

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Medicare is a government-funded insurance option available to people age 65 or older, as well as individuals receiving disability benefits. When you enroll in Medicare, you can choose from a variety of coverage options

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There are four different parts to the Medicare program. Parts A and B are often referred to as Original Medicare. Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage, is private health insurance, while Medicare Part D offers coverage for prescription drugs.


There are four different parts to the Medicare program. Parts A and B are often referred to as Original Medicare. Medicare Part C, or Medicare Advantage, is private health insurance, while Medicare Part D offers coverage for prescription drugs.

The “parts” of Medicare

The types of Medicare programs are often referred to as Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D.Most Medicare Part A beneficiaries don’t have to pay a monthly premium to receive coverage under this part of Original Medicare this is called “premium-free Part A.”

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