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To obtain information on Medicare Part A coverage, go to the Medicare.gov main page, select What Medicare Covers in the toolbar at the top of the page, and click on What Part A Covers. For more detailed information on Me... More »

Information on Medicare Part B is available on Medicare.gov and CMS.gov, the official U.S. government sites for Medicare and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Who qualifies for Medicare Part B and which serv... More »

Information about Medicare Part B is available online at Medicare.gov. Enter Part B in the search field on the upper right side of the home page, and click the Search button. The results screen provides various links for... More »

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Medicare Part A hospital coverage is mandatory for those receiving Social Security retirement or disability benefits or railroad benefits. However, because Part B medical coverage requires the payment of a monthly premiu... More »

Medicare Part A is a type of insurance coverage offered by the U.S. federal government. Part A is designed to cover services that are considered a medical necessity in regards to treating a patient's illness or chronic m... More »

Medicare Part A hospital coverage covers hospital inpatient stays, mental health inpatient stays, skilled nursing facility stays, home hospice care and other home health services. Some Medicare Part A services are entire... More »

Those eligible should apply for Medicare Part A because, for most people, it is premium-free, and it provides primary hospital coverage or supplements other insurance plans, reports the U.S. Office of Personnel Managemen... More »