Unless you have employer group coverage, you will most likely be enrolling in Medicare Parts A and B when you turn 65. Medicare is basically a good health insurance plan, however it does have some sizeable gaps. These gaps are the deductibles and copays you will have to pay if you need any health-related services in or out of the hospital.
Most people choose either a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medicare Supplement to fill in those gaps. Both are good types of coverage but you need to understand the differences.