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Medicare Part A, B, C and D: What’s the Difference?

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Medicare consists of four parts, each serving a different purpose. Here is a brief overview of each part and its basic features: Part A Part A is usually referred to as hospital insurance and covers inpatient services of hospital stays.

Here are the services offered under the part: Hospital services related to staying overnight in a hospital A person can be treated in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) if he or she is limited or cannot perform daily functions on his or her own and/or needs nursing care for a maximum of 3 months. Skilled Nursing Facility(SNF) In order to receive benefits from Part A, the patient must recuperate after an extensive hospital stay that was medically necessary and not self-imposed in an SNF skilled nursing facility.

Medicare must approve the place before receiving payment for these services. Home health benefits Home health benefits allow patients to receive medical services in their homes.

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