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Does Medicare pay for a caregiver?

June 20, 2021

From the Medical News Today website

Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people 65 years and older or under 65 years who have specific health conditions. 

Original Medicare consists of Part A, which covers inpatient services, and Part B, which coversoutpatient services, including some at-home care. 

A person must meet specific eligibility rules to get home care services, and sometimes, extra costs may apply that Medicare does not cover.

This article discusses the different types of caregivers, what Medicare pays for, and help with out-of-pocket costs.

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