Apply for your Medicare card 3 months before your 65th birthday, contact Social Security and enroll in Medicare. You will get your Red, White, and Blue card in the mail. See sample above. This is your Medicare card. Sometimes it is referred to as your Red, White, and Blue card. This card will show that… Read More
What is Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D?
People often times are confused with hearing all the Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D. What is it? These letters are what Medicare covers for your health insurance. Part A covers hospital care and stays, skilled nursing facility, hospice, lab test, surgery, and home health care. Part B covers doctors, outpatient visits,… Read More
What does Medicare Cover?
It shows that you have Part A (Hospital coverage), Part B (Medical coverage) or both. It shows what date your coverage begins. This is also known as Original Medicare. Original Medicare does not cover everything. It does not cover prescription drugs, routine vision, eye glasses, dental, private duty nurses, or hearing aid. I have a… Read More
What is Medicare?
Medicare is a federal medical health insurance program for people who are age 65 and older, certain disabilities for those who are under age 65, and with permanent kidney failure that requires dialysis and/or a transplant. To be eligibile for Medicare, you would have to have worked at least 10 years for which you have… Read More
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