There are four different types of Medicare insurance:
- Original Medicare (also called “Traditional Medicare”) coverage that you receive when you turn 65 or if you are disabled. It pays for about 80% of all covered healthcare expenses.
- Medicare Supplement Insurance (also called “Medigap”) that covers various levels of your Original Medicare deductibles, co-pays and co-insurances. If you want the most control over your health insurance without the risk of high medical bills, a Medigap plan is essential.
- Medicare Advantage Plans that replace your Original Medicare with an HMO or PPO plan from a private insurance carrier. These plans have great rates and offer more services than Medicare Parts A and B.
- Medicare Part D prescription coverage that help you pay for your prescription medications. Most Advantage plans include Part D. If you have Medicare Supplement Insurance, it’s compatible with all Part D plans.
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