If you are confused about Medicare, you aren’t alone. It’s not uncommon to have many questions when turning 65 and starting your Medicare journey. Our team of Medicare experts have compiled a list of some of our most common questions we receive and helpful links to point you in the right direction.
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Do all doctors accept Medicare? No. According to Kaiser about 93% of all non-pediatric doctors DO accept Medicare. Read the full article
Does Medicare cover chiropractic? Yes, Medicare covers adjustments when they are medically necessary. Does Medicare provide coverage outside of the U.S.? No. Although some Medicare Supplement plans, such as Plan F and Plan G, will provide up to $50,000 in lifetime foreign travel benefits.
Is Medicare Free? No. While Medicare Part A is free for most people, Medicare Part B does have a monthly premium. Learn More
Does Medicare cover hearing aids? No, Medicare generally does not cover hearing aids or exams for fitting hearing aids.
Does Medicare pay for nursing homes? Medicare only covers up to 100 days of skilled nursing care after a stay in the hospital and the care is medically necessary.
Does Medicare cover vision services? Medicare only covers very limited vision services such as cataract surgery and glaucoma tests.