Why Won’t Medicare Pay For My Medical Care?



Why Won’t Medicare Cover My Medical Care, Because Of My Age?

All medicare members must be at least 65 years old in order to be qualified. If you are under 65, you must have a documented disability, and receive either social security benefits, or money from the railroad retirement fund for at least two years.

Why Won’t Medicare Pay For My Medical Care, Because Of My Citizenship Status?

Potential medicare beneficiaries must have been a legal citizen of the United States for at least five years.

I have Met The Age And Citizenship Status Requirements. How Else Can I Become Qualified?

If you and/or your spouse have not paid medicare taxes for at least ten years, you have to pay a monthly medicare premium.

Why Won’t Medicare Pay For My Medical Care, Because Of My Hospital Medical Procedures?

Part A: Through part a, a 3-day in-patient stay, including food, semi-private room and doctor’s fees are covered. In order for a nursing home stay to be covered, a beneficiary must have a medical condition diagnosed during an in-patient stay meeting the criteria listed above.

Part B:Part B generally covers out-patient treatments: doctor visits, labs and diagnostic tests, and medicines administered on an out-patient basis. If a beneficiary refuses part B while not actively working, they will be required to pay a penalty fee.

Part C: Part c is made up of advantage plans. These plans include medically necessary treatments in virtually any hospital, prescription drug coverage, vision/dental care, and health/gym membership coverage. In exchange for using part c, beneficiaries are limited in which service providers they are allowed to visit. If one wants to use a service provider not covered by Medicare, they either have to ask permission, or pay extra.



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