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Medicare Guide :: Guide To Medicare Coverage :: Liberty Medical S

Individuals under 65 with permanent kidney failure (beginning three months after dialysis begins), or Individuals under 65, permanently disabled and entitled to Social Security benefits (beginning 24 months after the start of disability benefits) The Different Benefits of Traditional Medicare Medicare Part A benefits cover hospital stays, home health care Medicare Part B benefits cover physician visits, laboratory tests, ambulance services and home medical equipment. While oftentimes you do not have to pay a monthly fee to have Part A benefits (you only have to pay money when you use the services), the Part B program requires a monthly premium to stay enrolled (even if you do not use the services). In 2018 that premium could be around $134 per month (but could be less) depending on your income. Typically, this amount will be taken from your Social Security check. Medicare Part C is coverage offered through various insurance companies that offer Medicare Advantage Plans. These plans are offered as an alternative to Medicare Part B. Medicare Advantage Plans cover the same benefits as your Part B plan but often have limited provider networks and may require authorization for services Continue reading >>

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