Medicare is the government program that began in 1965 to provide medical coverage to people age 65 and older regardless of income. Throughout the years, the program has been expanded to include people younger than age 65 if they have qualifying disabilities. Today, more than 60 million Americans are enrolled in the Medicare program. Medicare coverage is divided into four main parts: Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D. Parts A and B are sometimes called original Medicare and are administered by the government. Parts C and D were added later and are administered through private insurers approved by Medicare.
Read more about “An Overview on Medicare”Read the Overview
Fill out the form to download
"*" indicates required fields