What Is Medicare Insurance? Medicare Insurance is health coverage for the following:
The Different Parts of Medicare
The different parts of Medicare Insurance help cover specific services:
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)
Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage)
Medicare Part D (Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage)
Medicare Insurance policies will generally pay most or all of the Medicare coinsurance amounts and deductibles. No plan will cover prescription drugs, for that you need a Medicare prescription drug plan. Certain plans will also pay for emergency medical care in a foreign country.
Your Medigap plan will not cover your spouse, you will each need a separate policy. Medicare Supplement Insurance policies don't cover long-term care (nursing home care), dental or vision care, hearing aids or eyeglasses.
Medicare supplement insurance policies, also known as Medigap, are designed to plug the gaps left in Original Medicare. Medicare insurance policies are private insurance policies that cover Medicare coinsurance, co-payments and deductibles that you'd otherwise have to pay yourself. Some Medicare Insurance policies also pay for costs not covered by Original Medicare.
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