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edicareis the federal health insurance program for people who are 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)

art A– Covers your inpatient Hospital stays, skilled nursing services, some health services, and hospice care.

art B– Covers your Doctor visits and other medical services that are not inpatient. Products for outpatient care, durable supplies and services.

art C– referred to as a Medicare Advantage plan. Private Insurance companies combine coverage for Part A (hospital stays) and Part B (doctor visits). You have the option of a prescription drug with Part C.

-Most Medicare Advantage Plans have to be in a network

art D– Covers your Prescription Drug Plan. If you delay in enrolling you may have a penalty.

edicare Supplement (Medigap)- Covers the other cost that Original Medicare does not cover.

All Medicare Supplements are the same throughout the United States, since it is a Federal Regulated Insurance plan. The only difference is the premium that is charged to the customer.

-Most Medicare Supplements do not have to be in a network