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  1. When does Medicare start?
  2. How do I sign up for Medicare?
  3. How much does Medicare cost?
  4. What does Medicare cover?
  5. What are my coverage options?

Common questions about medicare

How do I sign up for Medicare Part A only?

When you enroll in Medicare, you sign up for Part A. However, Medicare Parts B, C, and D are optional, so you can delay enrollment without penalty if you have credible coverage.

How to sign up for Medicare Part B?

You can apply for Medicare Part B by filling out an online application at SSA.org, calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213, or visiting your local Social Security office.

Is Medicare free?

Medicare Part A is free (no premiums) for most people. However, Medicare Part B has a premium based on your income from the prior two years. In other words, if the current year is 2021, then Medicare Part B is based on your income from 2019.

How to sign up for Medicare Part D?

You must first be enrolled in either Medicare Part A or Medicare Part B. Then you can apply for Medicare Part D by calling Senior Healthcare Direct at 1-855-368-4717.

How to sign up for Medicare Part B?

You do not have to apply for Medicare Part B. You can have only Medicare Part A. However, when you decide to get Medicare Part B, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty.

What is not covered by Medicare Part A and Part B?

The following is not covered by Medicare Part A and Part B: long-term care, routine dental or eye care, dentures, cosmetic surgery, hearing aids/ exams, and routine foot care.

Common questions about medicare

When you enroll in Medicare you sign up for Part A. However, Medicare Parts B, C, and D are optional so you can delay enrollment without penalty if you have credible coverage.

You can apply for Medicare Part B by filling out an online application at SSA.org, calling Social Security at 1-800-772-1213 or visiting your local Social Security office.

Medicare Part A is free (no premium) for most people. However, Medicare Part B has a premium based on your income from the prior two years. In other words, if the current year is 2021, then Medicare Part B is based on your income from 2019.

You must first be enrolled in either Medicare Part A or Medicare Part B. Then you can apply for Medicare Part D by calling Senior Healthcare Direct at 1-855-368-4717.

You do not have to apply for Medicare Part B. You can have only Medicare Part A. However, when you decide to get Medicare Part B, you may have to pay a late enrollment penalty.

The following is not covered by Medicare Part A and Part B: Long-term care, Routine dental or eye care, dentures, cosmetic surgery, hearing aids/ exams, routine foot care.

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