Types of Medicare Plans

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    Original Medicare
    Medicare Part A and Part B make up what is known as Original Medicare. This government-run program covers many, but not all, health care services for people 65 and older.
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    Medicare Supplement Plans
    Also known as Medigap, these insurance policies help cover out-of-pocket expenses not covered by Original Medicare such as deductibles and coinsurance.
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    Medicare Advantage
    These private insurance plans act as an alternative to Original Medicare. They must offer the same coverage as Parts A and B, but many include additional coverage such as dental and vision.
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    Part D Plans
    Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage is provided through private insurers. Monthly premiums and drug costs depend on the plan you choose.
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Why Is Medicare So Confusing?

Medicare is a large federal program with a lot of moving parts. Some plans are provided by private insurers, and there are countless combinations of plans to choose from. A licensed insurance advisor can help you navigate your options.

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