Acts as hospital p. Part A helps pay for inpatient care in hospitals, hospice care, home health care and care provided in a skilled nursing facility if you meet certain requirements. If you or your spouse paid Medicare taxes when you were working, the federal government may pay your premium (monthly fee) for Part A coverage. If ineligible, you can still purchase Part A.
Medicare Part B
Provides medical insurance. Part B helps cover doctor visits, procedures that don't require an overnight hospital stay and some preventive care services, such as flu shots. Most people pay a monthly premium for Part B, which is based on their income. The monthly premium for Part B is typically taken out of your Social Security check.
Original Medicare doesn't cover most prescription drugs of custodial care, such as nursing home stays.
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