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Medicare Official Site | About Medicare.gov | Get Medicare Insurance QuotesMedicare.gov is the official Medicare Site.

MyMedicare.gov is part of the Medicare.gov website. It is an secure, free, and optional, website created to help you check the status of your Medicare benefits, eligibility, and enrollment. The Medicare official website allows you to access your claims information almost immediately after your claims are processed through Medicare and will provide your preventive health 24 hours, seven days a week.

About Medicare Health Plans

On the Medicare’s official website it lists what health plans are offered through Medicare. Generally, a plan, which is offered through a private company will have a contract with Medicare to provide you with Part A and Part B benefits to those with Medicare and are enrolled in a plan.

Medicare.gov website’s health plans will include all Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), Medicare Cost Plans, Demonstration/Pilot Programs, and Medicare Advantage Plans. These organizations are special programs of All-inclusive PACE organization are special types of Medicare health plans, which are offered by public or private entities and will provide Part D and other benefits in addition to Part A and Part B Benefits.

How Medicare works with other insurance

Medicare.gov’s website explains how Medicare works with other insurance plans. If a person has Medicare or other health insurance coverage, each of these types of coverage is known as a “payer.” When there is more than on payer, “coordination of benefits” rules will decide, which one will pay first. A “primary payer” will pay what the owe on their bills first, and then will send the rest to a “secondary payer” to pay. In some cases, there may also be a third payer.

Paying “first” means you will pay the whole bill up to the limits of the coverage. However, it does not always mean the primary payer pays first in time. If a insurance company does not play a claim promptly (usually within 120 days), a doctor or other healthcare provider may bill Medicare. Medicare could make a conditional payment to pay a bill, and then later recover any payments a primary payer should have made.

 

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