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What is Medicare and Who is it For?

Medicare is a national federal health insurance program that is administrated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). It provides health insurance for Americans who are:

  • 65 years or older
  • Younger people with a disability status determined by the SSA
  • People with End-Stage Renal Disease or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Your Medicare Options

There are four main parts of Medicare insurance:

  • Part A (Hospital Insurance)
  • Part B (Medical Insurance)
  • Part C (Medicare Advantage)
  • Part D (Prescription Drug Coverage)

Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B make up Traditional Medicare. Most eligible individuals are automatically enrolled in Traditional Medicare when they turn 65. Medicare Part C is known as Medicare Advantage and offers another way to get Original Medicare Part A and Part B coverage.

You Have Choices 

It's important to realize that individuals have choices when turning 65. Considering a Medicare Advantage plan may be your first step in receiving better care. 

EHN understands that finding the right Medicare plan can be confusing and costly. Which is why we're partnering with MedicareCompareUSA— licensed experts who can answer your Medicare plan questions.

To learn more visit our Free Medicare Insurance Helpline webpage or our  Considering Medicare Advantage webpage.