of Medicare enrollees have had a positive experience with the program1.
For over 44 million Americans, Medicare plays a vital role in their health and well-being later in life. But digging through the policies and technicalities to find the ideal option for you and your needs can feel like an uphill battle.
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The categories of Americans eligible for Medicare
The three key questions to ask when selecting a plan
A detailed breakdown of all the plans, including
Part A and Part B, or Original Medicare, are the basic Medicare coverage offered by the government
Part C, or Medicare Advantage, is an alternative to Original Medicare offered by a Medicare-approved private insurance company
Part D, or prescription drug coverage offered by a Medicare-approved private insurance company
Medigap, or Medicare Supplemental Insurance, policies offered by Medicare-approved private insurance companies that help cover some of the costs and services not covered by Original Medicare
What Medicare costs and the programs that can provide financial assistance, including Medicaid, Medicare Savings Programs and PACE
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1Results of a 2015 poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation.