Who is primary if person has medicare and not 65 years but also has group coverage?

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How many people work at the group? Why does someone under 65 have medicare if they are able to work? Why does it matter which company is primary, just turn in the claims. http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/02179.pdf Medicare's 43 page booklet on who pays first
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If you have medicare and your spouse also has you as a dependent on their insurance which is primary and which is secondary?

Medicare is primary unless you are working and have coverage thru your employer. Coverage thru the spouse's employer would be secondary to your own Medicare coverage. NO.

Can a spouse less than 65 get Medicare coverage if husband is 62 and disabled?

One thing to remember about Medicare is that it is an individual plan. If you are on Medicare due to disability, that is your Medicare plan alone and your spouse would need to

Can a younger spouse of a retired person get medicare or insurance coverage?

To find out if your eligible for Medicare, you can use the Medicare Eligibility Tool at the link below:. http://www.medicare.gov/MedicareEligibility/home.asp?version=default&

I understand when Medicare is primary and when Medicare is secondary. What is the difference in coverage between a Medicare Supplement and Medicare as a secondary insurer?

If you have a Medicare Supplement then the provider will bill Original Medicare first. At that time Medicare will pay the allowable amount and then return an explanation of be

Why is medicare the primary provider for those 65 and over?

In 1965, Congress created Medicare under Title XVIII of the SocialSecurity Act to provide health insurance to people age 65 andolder. However, for those individuals 65 and ove