Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare

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Your Medicare coverage choices

There are 2 main ways to get your Medicare coverage— Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) or a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C). Some people get additional coverage, like Medicare prescription drug coverage or Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap). Use these steps to help you decide what coverage you want:
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Understanding Medicare Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D

Different types of Medicare plans help pay for your inpatient hospital care, doctor visits, outpatient services, home health care, prescription drugs, some care in a skilled nursing facility and much more, depending on the plan or plans you choose.
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Understanding Medicare: How It Works

If you’ve paid Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes for about 10 years and meet other eligibility requirements, you won’t have premiums for Medicare Part A coverage. If you don’t have enough payroll tax history, you may also qualify for no premium Part A based on your spouse’s work history. You can also buy Medicare Part A with a monthly premium. Parts B and D require premium payments regardless of work history. Part C, Medicare Advantage, plans often require a monthly premium based on the level of coverage you select.  Some insurers, including Medical Mutual, also offer Medicare Advantage $0 premium plan options.
Source: medmutual.com

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