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Medicare Basics Graphic #1

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“US citizens & legal residents become eligible for Medicare when they turn 65. People under 65 may qualify if they have been on disability for 24+ months. Medicare can be difficult to navigate. If you are turning 65 or have been on disability for over 2 years, let’s connect! Send me a Facebook message or call my office. I’d love to answer any questions you may have.”

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Medicare Basics Graphic #2

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“You have a 7 month window around your 65th birthday to enroll in Medicare. The Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) includes your birthday month plus the 3 months before and after your birthday month. Have questions about IEP? Send me a Facebook message or call my office!”

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“Medicare Part A covers costs associated with hospital stays, such as operating and recovery room services as well as inpatient x-rays and lab tests. The key to Part A is that it only covers costs associated with hospitalization. Understanding Medicare is complicated. Reach out if you have any questions!”

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“Medicare Part B covers costs associated with doctor visits and outpatient care as well as most routine and emergency medical services. It also covers some preventive care, like flu shots and covers lab services, like blood and urine tests. Understanding Medicare can be tricky. Reach out if you have any questions!”

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“Medicare Part C, also called Medicare Advantage, is an alternative to Original Medicare (Parts A and B) as it combine coverage for hospital care, doctor visits and other medical services all in one plan. Many plans also provide prescription drug coverage and additional benefits like routine dental and eye care. Understanding Medicare can be complicated, so reach out if you have any questions!”

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“Medicare Part D helps pay for prescription drugs. Plans are required by federal government to cover certain prescription drugs, but each plan may choose which specific drugs it covers. You’ll need to review each plan’s drug list, to see if your drugs are covered. Understanding Medicare is complicated. Reach out if you have any questions!”

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