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What Is Medicare Part B?

What is Medicare Part B?

Medicare Part B is sometimes referred to as “medical insurance” and provides help with the cost of outpatient services, such as:

  • Doctor office visits
  • Laboratory services
  • Ambulance fees
  • Diagnostic services
  • some preventive care, etc.

Costs:
There is a monthly premium for Part B, which depends on your income.  Most people have it automatically deducted from their Social Security check. However, Part B does not cover all of your medical costs – as there are exclusions and out-of-pocket costs you are responsible for.

Enrollment:
Enrollment is easy – you can’t be turned down because of your medical history or a pre-existing condition.

Which Doctors Can I See?:
You have access to any doctor or provider in the U.S. that accepts Medicare (medical care outside of the U.S. isn’t typically covered).


If you have questions about Medicare Part B, we’re here to help.  Contact us anytime at (941) 405 – 3900.

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