Medicare Insurance

Medicare Part A

Medicare Part A is essentially hospital insurance and it covers a wide range of inpatient care. Medicare Part A coverage includes hospital visits, nursing home care (this must include a component of healthcare, not simply custodial care), hospice care, and in some rare circumstances care provided in the home.  Read On…

Medicare Part B

Medicare Part B is coverage for Doctors and outpatient visits. Part B provides medically necessary services and supplies such as outpatient care, preventative services, ambulance services, medical equipment and in some instances part time or intermittent home health and rehabilitation. Read On…

Medicare Part C

Medicare Part C is Medicare Advantage Plans. They are Medicare-approved private health insurance plans for people who are enrolled in original Medicare Parts A and B. Advantage Plans provide all of Medicare Part A and Part B coverage and provide additional healthcare benefits, such as vision, dental or hearing.  Read On…

Medicare Part D

Medicare Part D is essentially hospital insurance and it covers a wide range of inpatient care. Medicare Part A coverage includes hospital visits, nursing home care (this must include a component of healthcare, not simply custodial care), hospice care, and in some rare circumstances care provided in the home.   Read On…

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It is important to research your Medicare insurance options extensively before purchasing a policy.
For more in depth information regarding Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans visit Colorado Medicare Insurance Plans. Each individual has different needs and considerations when implementing a healthcare plan. Your specific doctor’s, medications and medical needs are important factors regarding your plan selection. Consulting an expert or specialist will help simplify your decision.