How Medicare Works


Original Medicare


Medicare Part A

Part A (Hospital Insurance):
Helps cover inpatient care in hospitals, skilled nursing facility care, hospice care, and home health care.


Medicare Part B

Part B (Medical Insurance):
Helps cover: Services from doctors and other health care providers. Outpatient care. Home health care. Durable medical equipment (like wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, and other equipment). Many preventive services (like screenings, shots or vaccines, and yearly “Wellness” visits)


Medicare Choices

Before choosing a plan we want to be sure you know the difference between your many options; In particular how Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans differ. Many people sign up for Medicare Advantage Plans thinking they are Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans, they are not.

Prescription Drug Plans

Medicare Part D is a voluntary outpatient prescription drug benefit for people with Medicare provided through private plans that contract with the federal government.


Medicare Supplemental Plans

Medigap (Medicare Supplement Health Insurance) A Medigap policy is health insurance sold by private insurance companies to fill the “gaps” in Original Medicare Plan coverage. Medigap policies help pay some of the health care costs that the Original Medicare Plan doesn't cover


Medicare Advantage (Part C)

Medicare Advantage (MA), also called Medicare Part C, are private insurance plans offered by Medicare-approved companies. Medicare Advantage plans provide most of Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) coverage and typically include a PDP (Part D) plan along with extra benefits such as vision, hearing and dental care.


Daniel Campbell

Eagle, Idaho

 (208) 514-8722

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