When looking for Medicare to cover the cost of treatment for an addiction to drugs or alcohol, most of the time it comes down to the supplement that you have chosen to offset the gaps in coverage that Medicare leaves to the individual. Finding a program that will take the Medicare insurance can be a difficult and daunting task. We are here to help you find the most effective program or detox that will accept your insurance.
Medicare coverage breakdown
Part A Hospital Insurance
- Most people don’t pay a premium for Part A because they or a spouse, have already paid for it through their payroll taxes while working. Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) helps cover inpatient care in hospitals, including critical access hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities (not custodial or long-term care). It also helps cover hospice care and some home health care. Beneficiaries must meet certain conditions to get these benefits.
Part B Medical Insurance
- Most people pay a monthly premium for Part B. Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) helps cover doctors’ services and outpatient care. It also covers some other medical services that Part A doesn’t cover, such as some of the services of physical and occupational therapists, and some home health care. Part B helps pay for these covered services and supplies when they are medically necessary
Prescription Drug Coverage
- Most people will pay a monthly premium for this coverage. Starting January 1, 2006, new Medicare prescription drug coverage will be available to everyone with Medicare. Everyone with Medicare can get this coverage that may help lower prescription drug costs and help protect against higher costs in the future. Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage is insurance. Private companies provide the coverage. Beneficiaries choose the drug plan and pay a monthly premium. Like other insurance, if a beneficiary decides not to enroll in a drug plan when they are first eligible, they may pay a penalty if they choose to join later.
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