What Does Medicare Part B NOT Cover?

What Does Medicare Part B NOT Cover?

Medicare has opened its Open Enrollment Period and will take place through December 7. Every year at this time, it is wise to reevaluate your Medicare coverage, making certain that it still suits your needs. Those needs can change, and insurance coverage should change with them. Many seniors reach Medicare age having few health problems, taking few medications, and requiring no special care at all. As they age, this situation may alter, so it is wise to think about health insurance needs. In 2020, The Kaiser Family Foundation (a non-profit organization that tracks healthcare issues) reported that 61 percent of all Medicare beneficiaries still preferred to remain on Original Medicare Parts A and B. This means that almost 39 million seniors were receiving Part B benefits that year. Medicare Parts A and B remain pillars of senior health care in the United States, and this coverage is well suited to many people.  However, while Part B is good insurance, it is...
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