What is Medicare Indiana Part B?
Medicare Indiana Part B is that part of Indiana Medicare which covers doctors, medical services and other services which are not covered by Part A of Indiana Medicare. It is part of the four plans which Medicare offers to its beneficiaries in all states. Medicare Indiana, which includes both parts A and B, is not meant to cover complete medical treatment but pay for certain parts of it, and Part B covers the parts that Parts A do not coverage.
Who is eligible for Part B of Medicare Indiana?
Anyone who receives Social Security from the SSA is eligible for Medicare Indiana insurance. Generally an individual who is 65 years of age or above is eligible for Medicare. If an individual is physically disabled or suffering from end stage renal problems, he or she can be eligible for Medicare even if the age limit of 65 years has not been reached. It is conducted by the Centre of Medicare and Medicaid Services, an auxiliary branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Most individuals automatically become eligible for Part A and B of Indiana Medicare through their employment or that of their spouse. Some points need to be kept in mind while applying for part B eligibility:
Part B Services:
These are only some of the services covered by Medicare Indiana Part B. Other preventive services are also covered.