Part A of Medicare is your hospitalization coverage and the first part of Medicare you will receive. Part A has
no premium because you funded it while working.
As long as you have worked for 40 quarters (10 years) you will receive Part A on the 1st of the month you turn 65. For 2020 Part A has a $1,408 deductible when admitted to the hospital after that Medicare covers the majority of costs.
We will share stories of our experiences with Medicare.
Presciption Drug Plan
The Four Parts of Medicare:
Part A is your hospitalization coverage and the first part of Medicare you will receive.
Part B is your medical or out- patient. Which you receive once you have elected it.
Part C is known as a Medicare Advantage Plan or MAPD.
Part D is your stand alone prescription drug plan. They are government run.
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