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Learn how you can start getting the medical services you need from the comfort of your own home and ensure you're covered by Medicare.Read More
Does traditional Medicare offer vision coverage? Make sure you’re covered for annual eye exams and vision testing.Read More
Does traditional Medicare cover hearing aids or hearing aid testing? Learn how you can get the hearing aid coverage you need.Read More
Older Americans are the main beneficiaries of Medicare Part B. Persons with limited abilities qualify. End Stage Renal Disease and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis qualify at any age. Other eligible persons under 65 receive benefits from Social Security and the Railroad Retirement Board. They get an automatic eligibility after 24 months of benefits.Read More
There are a few annual periods sign up for Medicare Part B. Usually, the earliest occurs when one is nearly at the 65th birthday. Disabled persons can get Part B at any age for ALS and end-stage kidney disease. Persons receiving RRB benefits or Social Security can get Medicare after 24 months.Read More
Medicare Part A is hospital insurance. It covers most hospital visits that are deemed medically necessary, as well as nursing facility care, home health visits, and hospice. For people who have worked long enough to earn 40 credits, which is roughly equivalent to 10 years of working and paying taxes, Medicare Part A should be…Read More