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Medicare 65+

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At The Health Agents, we understand that transitioning to Medicare can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to simplifying the Medicare journey for seniors like you. Whether you’re new to Medicare or looking to explore better options, our team is here to guide you every step of the way. With partnerships across all major carriers in the area, we provide a one-stop solution to find a plan tailored to your needs. Experience the peace of mind that comes with stress-free Medicare shopping, knowing that you’re backed by seasoned experts who prioritize your health and well-being.

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Part A: covers inpatient hospital stays, skilled nursing facility care, hospice care, and some home health care.

Part B: provides benefits for outpatient care, doctors’ services, preventive services, and some home health care.

Part C: also known as Medicare Advantage, offers an alternative way to receive your Medicare benefits, combining Part A, Part B, and often Part D into one plan.

Part D: is for prescription drug coverage.

For a comprehensive understanding of each part, visit the official Medicare & You handbook on the website.


Initial Enrollment Period: This is a seven-month window that starts three months before you turn 65, includes the month you turn 65, and ends three months after you turn 65. If you miss this period, there are certain Special Enrollment Periods and the General Enrollment Period during which you can sign up.

Learn more about the enrollment periods and requirements on the official Medicare page. Or schedule your time today to talk.


Original Medicare comprises Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance). On the other hand, Medicare Advantage (Part C) is an “all in one” alternative to Original Medicare, often including Part D (prescription drug coverage) and sometimes offering additional benefits.


The cost of Medicare varies based on factors like income, whether you paid Medicare taxes, and the type of plan you choose. In general, most people get Part A for free but pay a monthly premium for Part B and Part D. Medicare Advantage plans have their own separate costs.

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