Section 14 - HEALTH INSURANCE
Part A and B - Privately Obtained Health InsuranceDo not include Medicare Parts A, B, or D.
Expenses usually covered in full, or there may be a modest co-payment at the time of your visit.
You or your insurance company are generally billed after each visit. In a traditional fee for service plan, you may go to any doctor or hospital you choose. In a preferred provider organization (PPO), you are given a list of doctors from which to choose. If you go to a doctor on the PPO list, more expenses are covered than if you go to a doctor not on the list.
Voluntary contributory private insurance plan available to Medicare recipients. Covers the costs of deductibles, co-insurance, physician services, and other medical and health services.
Covers only specific health needs, generally one type of service. Examples include:
Do not include Medicare Prescription Drug (Medicare Part D) plans.
Part C - Medicare, Medicaid, and Health Insurance Not Paid for by the Household
Last Modified Date: April 30, 2013