Medicare Part C combines Medicare Parts A (Hospital), B (Doctor and Outpatient) and D (Prescriptions) together. It is most often called a Medicare Advantage plan, an HMO or a PPO.
Medicare Parts A and B provide coverage for your hospital and provider services. However, if you only have Parts A and B, you will be responsible for some significant deductibles and copays. Most Medicare beneficiaries have some sort of additional coverage to help with these costs.
If you have decided you want a Medicare Supplement, your next decision is what Plan you want to have. You can easily compare Medicare Supplement plans below.
So, what happens with Medicare and your health insurance when you’re turning 65 but plan to work until you’re 66?