Original Medicare plan

Definition of "Original Medicare plan"
  1. A health scheme involving two parts (Part A for Hospital Insurance and Part B for Medical Insurance) where healthcare suppliers who accept Medicare and have available slots for new patients can be visited, with costs being split between a deductible, Medicare's part of the approved cost, and your part, also known as coinsurance
How to use "Original Medicare plan" in a sentence
  1. Mr. Smith was glad he opted for the Original Medicare plan because it allowed him to choose his preferred doctors.
  2. Sandra used her Original Medicare plan coverage to offset her visit to the hospital's cost.
  3. The Original Medicare plan requires some out-of-pocket expense, making it necessary for John to consider supplemental insurance.

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