In general, Part A covers:
No it does not. Without a secondary insurance plan, you may be subject to large deductibles and out of pocket expenses for an inpatient hospital stay. Below is a look at your costs without a Medicare Advantage Plan or a Medicare Supplement Plan.
You pay this for each benefit period:
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