When a consumer enrolls in a Medicare program, there are gaps that are not fully explained. The following is a list of things to think about when enrolling to protect you or your loved ones from those coverage gaps.
- 29 August 2010
There are currently two ways to become enrolled in Medicare. The first is that you reach the age of 65; the second is if you become disabled. As many who are enrolled in basic Medicare will tell you, there are significant gaps in the coverage. It is important to know what these gaps are and what the available options for coverage are so that you have the coverage that you need.
What Medicare covers is a little spotty. Here are a few things that standard Medicare part A leaves out: