Understanding all your Medicare options
Medicare is a national health insurance program in the United States, begun in 1966 under the Social Security Administration and now administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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You can have Medicaid and Medicare at the same time
If you have both Medicaid and Medicare, there’s a special type of health plan you should know about, called a "Dual Special Needs Plan,” or “dual plan” for short. Dual plans are a type of Medicare Advantage plan that work together with your Medicaid health plan. They cover doctor visits, hospital stays and prescription drugs. These plans also include help to coordinate care and benefits. Plus, they offer programs and extra benefits to help you save money and live a healthier life.
Five Important Facts:
Some people get Medicare automatically, and some have to sign up. You may have to sign up if you’re 65 (or almost 65) and not getting Social Security.
There are certain times of the year when you can sign up or change how you get your coverage.
If you sign up for Medicare Part B when you’re first eligible, you can avoid a penalty.
You can choose how you get your Medicare coverage.
You may be able to get help with your Medicare costs.
Getting Medicare is a major milestone. Here’s where you can get the information you need, no matter where you are in your Medicare journey.