As you approach 65 years of age, there are certain aspects of Medicare you need to know before you enroll. Specifically, there are some important healthcare needs that Medicare will not pay for, so it is vital that you understand all facets of coverage.
Depending on your needs, you may be required to buy supplemental options or private health insurance plans to cover long-term care expenses.
Items not covered by Medicare include long-term care insurance, routine dental/ vision/ hearing, traveling abroad, certain prescription medications and non-medically necessary procedures.
For more information about what Parts A through D cover, tune in next time or contact Murray today.
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