What is Medicare?
Medicare is the health insurance program of the government of the united States for people over 65 years of age. Some people under age 65 can also qualify for Medicare, including those with disabilities, permanent kidney failure or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
MEDICARE HELPS WITH THE COST OF HEALTH CARE, BUT DOES NOT COVER ALL MEDICAL EXPENSES OR THE COST OF MOST LONG-TERM CARE. THE PROGRAM HAS FOUR PARTS:
Part A is hospital insurance.
Part B helps pay for medical services that part A does not cover.
Part C is called Medicare Advantage. If you have parts A and B, you can select this option to receive all the medical care through a provider organization, such as an HMO.
Part D is prescription drug coverage. Helps pay for some medicines.
How Medicare works?
Medicare is a health insurance state for people older than 65 years. Other individuals may also receive Medicare:
Young people with a disability
People who have permanent kidney damage (end-stage renal disease) and need dialysis or a kidney transplant.
To receive Medicare, you must be a u.s. citizen or legal permanent resident who has lived in the country for at least 5 years.
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