Indiana Medicare Insurance

Indiana Medicare Insurance Is Health Insurance Plan Provided By Federal Government.

It Covers Health Care Needs Of People With 65 Years Of Age And Above, For The Younger People With Disabilities And People Of Any Age With Esrd.

Original Medicare Is The First Medicare You Get When You Get Medicare Services.

Original Medicare Covers Part A (Hospital Insurance) And Part B (Medical Insurance).

According To Your Medical Needs You Can Further Avail The Benefits Of Medicare Prescription Coverage (Part D) Or Medigap Plans.

Cost Of Indiana Medicare

Medicare Part A Is Premium Free Health Care Insurance To All Those People Of Age 65 Or Above Already Receiving Social Security Benefits. When You Attain 65 Years Of Age You Automatically Get Medicare Part A And Part B Services.

Medicare Part B Can Be Joined By Paying Monthly Premiums. The Premium For Part B May Be Standard For Every Month. Social Security Will Inform You If You Have To Pay Excess Amount Than The Monthly Standard Premium.

How To Enroll?

Initial Enrollment Period

You Can Avail The Enrollment For Part B Anytime In Seven Month Period. This Seven Month Period Starts Three Months Before You Are 65 And Ends Three Months After The Month You Complete 65 Years Of Age.

Before 65 Years 3 Months

By Signing In This Period You Can Get Benefits Or Coverage Of Medicare Part B From Your Month In Which You Turn 65

Before 65 Years 2 Months
Before 65 Years 1 Month

Month In Which You Complete 65 Years

By Signing In This Month Your Part B Start Date Will Be Delayed
After 65 Years 1 Month

By Signing In Months After You Turn 65,Your Date To Get Part B Benefits Will Be Delayed
After 65 Years 2 Months
After 65 Years 3 Months

Indiana Medicare Does Not Cover

  • Long Term Care
  • Routine Dental Care
  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Dentures
  • Acupuncture
  • Hearing Aids

Call Your Ship (State Health Insurance Assistance Program) 1-800-452-4800

Ship Helps You In

  • Deciding A Medicare Plan Suitable For Your Needs
  • Solving Questions About Medicare Bills
  • Complaints About Medicare Bills And Agents
  • Information About Payment Denials Or Appeals
  • Choosing Medigap Or Long Term Insurance
  • Any Information About Rules And Regulations Of Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance Policy, Advantage Plans, Etc