Also part of Original Medicare, Medicare Part B medical coverage may be similar to the health insurance you or a loved one may have had while working.

 You can decline Part B if you are still working and have group insurance coverage. However, it is strongly suggested you review Part B benefits before choosing to decline them.

Part B includes:
•  Doctor visits.
•  Preventative services.
•  Outpatient medical and surgical services and supplies.
•  Lab tests.
•  Durable medical equipment.
•  Diabetic testing supplies.

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