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Traveling With Medicare

Traveling With Medicare

Traveling in the United States

If you are a Medicare beneficiary and you have Original Medicare (Part A & B) then you can travel anywhere within the United States and still be covered by Medicare as long as you use doctors and hospitals that accept Medicare. If you have Medicare Advantage (Part C) then you may have to pay more out of pocket for visiting an out of network provider.

What You Need to Know About Medigap

What You Need to Know About Medigap

Medigap, or the Medicare Supplemental plan, is extra health insurance that you can buy from a private company to pay health care costs that are not covered by Original Medicare (Parts A & B), such as co-payments, deductibles, and health insurance if you travel outside the U.S. Medigap policies do not cover long-term care such as stays in a nursing facility,

Traveling With Medicare

Traveling to or from Washington State? Medicare Plans vary so here’s what you need to know.

While you may not know your specific travel plans when you enroll in Medicare, just knowing that you plan on traveling can make a big impact on which Medicare plan is best for you.

Traveling Within the U.S. With a Medicare Advantage Plan

Many Medicare Advantage plans do not cover travel within the United States,