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Once you're enrolled in Medicare, you may decide to shop around for the best-priced health insurance plan available in your state of residence. But first, you need to understand how Medicare works. There are four main parts to Medicare: Part A (hospital insurance) and Part B (medical insurance), which together form Original Medicare, as well as Part C (Medicare Advantage), and Part D (prescription drug coverage). Eligible individuals may also choose to enroll in a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan to bridge the health insurance coverage gap in Original Medicare.

The government provides Original Medicare, Part A and Part B, to individuals who are age 65 or older and have worked in Medicare-covered employment for 10 years. Those who are under age 65 and have received disability benefits for 24 consecutive months may also qualify to receive Medicare coverage. Medicare Part A may be premium-free, while Medicare Part B normally requires a monthly premium as well as other out-of-pocket costs. Because Medicare Advantage, Medicare Prescription Drug, and Medicare Supplement plans are provided through private health insurance companies, costs may vary and may include monthly premiums, annual deductibles, coinsurance payments, and copayments.

Availability and costs of plans may vary from state to state and by private health insurance company, so it is recommended that beneficiaries compare options in their area to find the plan that's priced most competitively priced and that best fits their specific health insurance needs. To learn more about Medicare plans in a specific state, find your state below and get information about Medicare insurance companies and the products offered there. You can get a fast, free, no obligation Medicare insurance quote and even apply for available health insurance plans online.

For Medicare Supplement plans, health insurance premiums are filed with and regulated by your state's Department of Insurance. For Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug plans, the premiums are filed with and regulated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Whether you buy from eHealthInsurance, your local agent, or directly from the health insurance company, you'll pay the same monthly premium for the same plan. This means that you can enjoy the advantages and convenience of shopping and obtaining your health insurance plan through eHealthInsurance, one of the nation's leading online sources of health insurance. eHealthInsurance offers thousands of health plans provided by more than 180 of the nation's health insurance companies. Compare plans side by side, get health insurance quotes, and find affordable health insurance today.

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