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What Medicare doesn't cover can cost a lot.
Reduce high out-of-pocket cost of Medicare
with a Medicare Advantage or Supplement plan.
Out-of-pocket limit, drugs, dental, vision & hearing with many plans.
$0 premium for many plans.
Original Medicare - Your cost in 2023
Costs are per person. Husband and wife enroll in their own Medicare and a private plan.
Part A - Hospital Insurance:
- Premium: $0. More if you didn't work enough.
- Deductible: $1,600 per benefit period. Can have multiple benefit periods in a year.
- Coinsurance: $0/day (days 1-60), $400/day (days 61-90), longer stay is much more.
Part B - Medical Insurance:
- Premium: $164.90 per month minimum. Higher earners pay more.
- Deductible: $226 per year.
- Coinsurance: 20% of the approved cost paid by you.
Part D - Prescription Drug Fund:
- Premium: $0. Higher earners pay more.
- Deductible: Not applicable.
- Must also enroll in a private drug plan or get it with a private Medicare Advantage Plan.
Prescription Drugs: Not covered by Original Medicare. Enroll in private drug plan described above.
Dental, Vision & Hearing: Not covered by Original Medicare. Enroll in private plans or get with a private Medicare Advantage Plan.
Total Out-of-Pocket Cost: No limit with Original Medicare.
Solution to the high cost of Original Medicare:
Click on the plans below:
Medicare Advantage Plan
Medicare Supplement Plan
Coverage and Extra Benefits with most plans:
Low or no out-of-pocket cost.
Out-of-pocket annual maximum.
Prescription drugs covered.
Hearing exams & hearing aids.
Free athletic club membership.
Free over-the-counter products.
Free healthy food gift card.
Marty Slaught is the owner of Partners in Medicare and will help you learn about the high out-of-pocket cost of Original Medicare and reduce your costs by enrolling you in a Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicare Supplement Plan that's right for you.
Marty Slaught is a licensed insurance broker and certified by the major insurance companies to enroll you in a Medicare Advantage Plan or Supplement Plan.
We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-Medicare to get information on all your options.
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