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Enrollees can drop Medicare Part B medical coverage by contacting a Social Security office and submitting a signed request, reports Medicare.gov. Failure to pay Medicare Part B premiums also results in a loss of coverage... More »

An individual can sign up for Medicare Part A and Part B by visiting his local Social Security office or applying online at the Social Security Administration's website, according to Medicare.gov. Additionally, he can ca... More »

Medicare Part B coverage is not mandatory. An individual can go outside of the plan network for Part B services and receive a reimbursement from Medicare when Medicare is the primary payer. More »

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An individual can sign up for Medicare Part A and Part B by visiting his local Social Security office or applying online at the Social Security Administration's website, according to Medicare.gov. Additionally, he can ca... More »

Social Security Part B is the medical insurance coverage portion of the Medicare program, which is administered by the Social Security Administration. Although many people receive Medicare Part A automatically when they ... More »

Anyone who qualifies for Medicare Part A hospital coverage automatically qualifies for Part B medical coverage as well, although Part B is optional because it carries a monthly premium. Those eligible must be U.S. citize... More »

In 2014 the Medicare Part B rate was $104.90 monthly for most people, reports Kiplinger. The monthly premiums ranged from about $146.90 to $335.70 for senior citizens with a 2012 adjusted gross income plus tax-exempt int... More »