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  1. Medicare – some more information that you should know Part C is also referred to as Medicare Advantage. It is a combination of Medicare Part A and Part B. It also adds some extra benefits that might cover for prescription drugs. This way you can get Medicare drug coverage South Florida. You would also be provided coverage for vision and dental ailments. The best part of these is that you can get such coverage without paying any premium at all. However, in this case you would still need to pay the premiums that you normally pay for Part B. On the basis of the extra benefits that you get you may have to pay some extra premium. Medicare Part D is also known as Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. Normally, in these cases the costs could be as high as 100 dollars or as low as 15 dollars a month. Normally in these plans there is a list of drugs that is approved. This part is taken care of by the private service providers. There are some Medicare related facts that you need to know in this regard. You cannot have a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Medicare Supplement Plan at the same time. During the yearly enrollment period you may change your Part D or Part C plan each year.

  2. The enrollment period for 2017 started on October 15, 2017 and ended December 7 the same year. As far as Part B is concerned there is a definite premium structure. If your coverage amount is lower than 85,001 dollars as a single person or 170,001 dollars as a married person you would have to pay a premium of 134 dollars each month. If as a single person your coverage amount is between 85,001 and 107,000 dollars you would have to pay 187.50 dollars a month. In this case, if you are married you would have a coverage ranging from 170,001 dollars to 214,000 dollars.