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Before a visit, it's essential to verify that the doctor or other provider accepts Medicare.
Medicare is intended primarily to provide coverage if when someone becomes ill or injured. This includes hospitalization, doctors' services, lab work, X-rays, hospice, and just about every kind of outpatient care, as well as some inpatient nursing facility and psychiatric care.
Over the years, however, Medicare has evolved to also cover a range of preventive and screening services through the Part B plan. Some of these services include cardiovascular screening; smoking cessation counseling; screening for breast, cervical, vaginal, colon, and prostate cancers; immunizations for flu, pneumococcal virus, and hepatitis B; diabetes screening and supplies; glaucoma tests; and a "Welcome to Medicare" physical exam. Most Medicare Part C managed care plans offer even more of these preventive and screening services.
For those who meet certain requirements for home health care, Medicare also pays for part-time nursing care; part-time health aides; speech, physical, and occupational therapy; and medical supplies and equipment such as bandages and wheelchairs.
Under Part D, the prescription drug benefit, Medicare covers part of the cost of approved generic and brand-name prescription drugs purchased at participating pharmacies.