Eligibility for Original Medicare is not dependent upon pre-existing conditions. And Medicare Part B will cover many of the expenses related to the treatment of conditions such as Diabetes or HIV. However, you would still be responsible for the 20% that Medicare does not cover which can add up. This area of the site will help you navigate the Medicare coverage related to a variety of conditions.
What coverage does Medicare offer for diabetes care? Compare Original Medicare with Medicare Advantage benefits, see when you qualify for enrollment, and read about the Diabetes Prevention Program.
Explore Medicare Heart Disease & Cardiovascular Health Coverage. Compare Original Medicare benefits with Medicare Advantage Plans and Chronic-Special Needs Plans. See our FAQ to answer your specific heart coverage questions.
Explore Medicare Lung Disease & Lung Health Coverage. Compare Original Medicare Benefits with Medicare Advantage and Special Needs Plans. See what qualifies as a Chronic Lung Disease and read our FAQ.
Explore Medicare Coverage for COPD. Compare Original Medicare Coverage with Medicare Advantage and Special Needs Plans. See our FAQ to answer your specific COPD questions.
Everything you need to know about Medicare coverage for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease.) Learn about automatic enrollment, compare Original Medicare benefits with Medicare Advantage, and see if you’ll qualify for a Special Needs Plan.
Explore Medicare Coverage for ESRD. Compare Original Medicare with Medicare Advantage and Special Needs Plans. See our FAQ to answer your specific ESRD questions.
Learn about Medicare Coverage for HIV/AIDS. See eligibility requirements, compare Original Medicare benefits with Medicare Advantage, and look at available drug plans.
What benefits are available to individuals with Gender Dysphoria? Compare coverages between Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage & see how to get coverage for reassignment surgeries and prescription drugs.
Everything you need to know about Medicare coverage for COVID. See the signs & symptoms of COVID, what COVID-related procedures and treatments Medicare covers, an what to do if you think you tested positive.
An overview of the COVID vaccine. Where can you get one? When do you need to get a booster? Which vaccines are available?
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