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Medicare and Your Vacation

A Few Things to Know About Medicare to Make Your Vacation a Healthy One!

The last thing we want to happen on vacation is to get sick or hurt! Chances are you won’t.  But if something does happen, here are three things to know about Medicare that may be helpful.

  1.  No matter where you are in the United States, Medicare Part A & B has got you covered!
  2.  If you have the Medicare Advantage plan make sure you double-check your coverage rules.  You may have additional fees or not even be covered in certain situations.
  3. If you are out traveling out of the country take extra caution, Medicare generally does not provide insurance coverage outside of the United States!



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