Medicare Enrolling in Parts A & B # 11036 28 Pages
Medicare has different parts
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)
Can I get Part B if I don’t have Part A?
How do I know if I have Part A or Part B?
Medicare Part C (also known as Medicare Advantage)
Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage)
When can I sign up?
Getting Part A and Part B automatically
Signing up for Part A and Part B
Turning 65 and you or your spouse is still working
Medicare and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
Can I still get Medicare at 65?
I have Health Insurance Marketplace coverage
I have coverage through a health savings account (HSA)
Living outside the U. S.
Check out Medicare & You for an introduction on what Parts A Hospital & B Doctor Visits cover.
See our page on How to sign up for Medicare?
Here’s the Social Security & Medicare ONLINE Enrollment and Benefit Calculator
Standard Premiums $134 for 2018 and if you have high income publication # 10536
Here’s the Late Enrollment & Premium Penalty Calculator if you don’t sign up when you are supposed to and don’t have a valid exemption – reason.
Medicare beneficiaries who did not enroll in Part B when they first became eligible for Medicare may elect Part B coverage during the General Enrollment Period, which extends from January 1 through March 31 each year. Enrollment becomes effective on July 1 of the same year. medicareadvocacy.org/ Medicare & You
Anthem Medicare Supplement - Get Quotes, Information and ONLINE Enrollment - No extra charge for our help
When, Why and How should you sign up for Part B - Dr Visits
Child & Related Pages
- Employment Coverage vs Medicare Parts A, B & D
- Part B Late Enrollment Penalty