What Does Medicare Cover When it comes to healthcare, it’s important to know what is covered and what isn’t. Because there are so many different plans for Medicare, it can be hard to figure out which one is right for you.

 Fortunately, there are tools to make this process easier.

 Medicare is the insurance plan offered by the federal government for people 65 and over, as well as people with disabilities and those with permanent kidney failure.

 There are four parts to Medicare: A, B, C, and D. Each covers a different aspect of healthcare.

 You can enroll in one or more parts of Medicare. The most common are Parts A and B, which cover the majority of services. People usually have to pay a monthly premium, but this, too, depends on your income.

Learn About: The Difference Between Medicare and Medicaid
Read About: How Many Different Parts of Medicare?
Return to: Medicare Basics

YourMedicare.com takes pride in providing you as much information as possible concerning your Medicare options, but only a health insurance broker licensed to sell Medicare can help you compare your plan options from various insurance companies. When you’re ready, we recommend you discuss your needs with a YourMedicare.com Licensed Sales Agent.