Who pays for Medicare Part C?

Answer Medicare Part C, also called Medicare Advantage, is provided by private insurance companies and is paid for by the policy holder and Medicare recipient. Part C is a combination package including Pa... Read More »

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Can a person have both Part A and Part B coverages from Medicare if they meet eligibility requirements?

Answer Yes. Part A is for Hospital, Part B for Doctors. To get Medigap Coverage you must have both.

Who pays the medicare levy?

The Medicare Levy Surcharge is an additional 1 percent tax applied to individuals and families in Australia with a higher income who are also not enrolled in an eligible health care insurance polic... Read More »

Do I have to be enrolled in Medicare Part B to sign up for Part D?

No, you do not have to be enrolled in Medicare Part B in order to sign up for Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D), provided you are enrolled in Medicare Part A; either Medicare Part A or M... Read More »

What is the difference between medicare part a and part b?

Medicare is a federal program that provides medical insurance for elderly and disabled people in the United States. It covers inpatient hospital care, outpatient medical treatment and prescription ... Read More »