What does Medicare Cover?

New to Medicare?

Medicare is a US Federal health insurance program that was developed in 1966 to provide access to all retired Americans.

Medicare is available for:

  • People age 65 and older
  • Certain younger people with disabilities
  • People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes referred to as ESRD)
  • People with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also called Lou Gehrig’s disease)

Original Medicare started with Parts A and B and offered basic coverage. This required the beneficiary to pay for the additional costs. To help offset these high costs, private insurers like Vibra Health Plan began offering other Medicare options.

Parts of Medicare

There are four parts of Medicare that help to cover the costs of your care.

Part A

Hospital Coverage

Part B 

Medical Coverage

Part C 

Medicare Advantage Plans

Part D 

Prescription Drug Plans

Eligibility and Enrollment

It is important to know how and when to enroll to get the most out of your Medicare Advantage Plan. Figure out what you need to know to be able to enroll in a Vibra Health Plan plan.

Your Coverage Options

We understand that it may be overwhelming when choosing a Medicare plan. It is important to pick a plan that meets your health needs. When choosing a plan remember that Original Medicare fails to cover all of your medical expenses. Learn about all of your options.

Your options How do I enroll in a plan?

Updated October 1, 2021