1 edition of Understanding Your Medicare Choices, 1998. found in the catalog.
Understanding Your Medicare Choices, 1998.
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If you’re new to Medicare: • Learn about your Medicare choices. There are 2 different ways to get your Medicare coverage—see the next few pages to learn more. • Find out how and when you can sign up. If you don’t have Medicare Part A or Part B, see Section 1, which starts on page If you don’t have. However, past research suggests that many beneficiaries have limited understanding of Medicare and related health insurance options. Research from as early as the mids on Medicare beneficiaries' understanding of key insurance concepts found significant gaps in knowledge (Cafferata, ; McCall, Rice, and Sangl, ).
Medicare & You: Understanding Your Medicare Choices CMSHHSgov. Loading Unsubscribe from CMSHHSgov? Learn about the different ways you can get Medicare coverage. If you need help understanding your Medicare rights and how to exercise them, there is free information and assistance that you can access. Below are examples of places you can get help: State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) – Each state offers a SHIP, partly funded by the federal government, to give you free counseling and assistance.A SHIP counselor may be available by phone .
This may be your seven-month initial enrollment period (around the time you turn 65) or a special enrollment period if you have health coverage from an employer for which you or your spouse actively work, or some other time frame depending on your situation — for example, if you qualify for Medicare due to disability, live outside the United. For more information about Medicare including a complete listing of plans available in your service area, please contact the Medicare program at MEDICARE (TTY users should call ) or visit Medicare has neither reviewed nor endorsed this information.
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Get this from a library. Understanding your Medicare choices. [United States. Health Care Financing Administration.; United States. Department of Health and Human Services.;] -- A brief explanation of five Medicare health plan options.
Add supplemental coverage, like insurance from a former employer or Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap), to help pay your out-of-pocket costs (like your 20% coinsurance). Note If you don't get Medicare drug coverage or Medigap when you're first eligible.
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Coverage — Medicare drug plans will cover generic and brand-name drugs. Most plans will have a formulary, which is a list of drugs covered by the plan. The drugs covered by the plans can change, but the list always must meet Medicare’s requirements.
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(Washington: AARP, June ). Google Scholar Google Scholar 8. When I turned 65 and became eligible for Medicare, I studied the rules and regulations so that I can make the right choices. My intention with this article is to help you avoid stress by giving you a thorough understanding of the various parts of Medicare and its commonly misunderstood rules.If you live in Puerto Rico you will not receive Medicare Part B (medical insurance) automatically.
You will need to sign up for it during your initial enrollment period, or you will pay a penalty. To sign up, please call our toll-free number at (TTY ).You also may contact your local Social Security office. Even if you've been on Medicare for years, you may want to re-evaluate your options annually to make sure you've got the right plan.
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