|Part A costs:||What you pay in 2023:|
$0 for most people (because they or a spouse paid Medicare taxes long enough while working – generally at least 10 years). If you get Medicare earlier than age 65, you won’t pay a Part A premium. This is sometimes called “premium-free Part A.”
Do I qualify for premium-free Part A?
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If you don’t qualify for premium-free Part A: You might be able to buy it. You’ll pay either $278 or $506 each month for Part A, depending on how long you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes.
|Skilled nursing facility stay||
|Home health care||
$0 for covered home health care services.
20% of the
$0 for covered hospice care services.
You may also pay: