Yes, if the spouse is at least 65 years old.
You must be 65 years of age or older to receive Medicare benefits. All the details of the program can be found at Medicare.gov and this site (ssa.gov/pubs/10043.html) has the medicare publication. There is an age requirement to be at least 18 years of age to be a case head for medicare coverage but other than that any one of any age can receive medicare coverage if eligible.
Medicare coverage starts two years after you have been DISABLED. That is the medical end of your coverage. Payments can take up to a year to start, then they deduct 5 months off of that. All payments are retroactive to the date of disabilty. However, you will not be covered as far as medical goes until you have reached the 24 moths of being diabled. That is a fact.
yes, Medicare covers delivery. Medicare is for those over 65 years old, and/or disabled and who have contributed to the Medicare system through payroll deductions. Although it would be unusual to deliver at age 65+ it is entirely possible to be disabled by Medicare standards and still get pregnant and deliver a baby.
Anyone age 65 or over is eligible for Medicare. Most people age 65 and over are covered under Medicare Part A for free, based on their work records or on their spouse's work records. People over 65 who are not eligible for free Medicare Part A coverage can enroll in it and pay a monthly fee for the same coverage. However, this rate increases by 10% for each year after your 65th birthday that you wait to enroll. The rules of eligibility for Part B medical insurance are simpler than for Part A: If you are age 65 or over and are either a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident who has been here lawfully for five consecutive years, you are eligible to enroll in Medicare Part B medical insurance. This is true whether or not you are eligible for Part A hospital insurance.
Medicare is primary if you work for a company with less than 20 employees. It would also depend on if the spouse is covered under the employer group health insurance. For more info. see www.SteveShorr.com/medicare.htm I recommend you visit www.cms.gov. to answer your question, If you are not 65+ years old, completely disabled, or both, and your spouse is employed by a company with 100+ employees, then your spouses insurance is primary. However, if you are disabled, 65+ yrs old, or the company your spouse works for has less than 100 employees, then your medicare would be primary.
In a word, no. Medicare eligibility is based on being at least 65 years old and having at least 40 quarters of "covered" employment, or being the spouse of someone with 40 quarters.
You must be at least 65 years old OR have been collecting SSI disability for more than 2 years to be eligible. No spousal coverage is available.
because they or their spouses have paid Social Security taxes through their working years. Since Medicare is a federal program, the rules for eligibility remain constant throughout the nation and coverage remains constant
Age 65. That is after 10 years of being employed in the US or if you are a dependent spouse of one.
How many people work at the group? Why does someone under 65 have medicare if they are able to work? Why does it matter which company is primary, just turn in the claims. http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/02179.pdf Medicare's 43 page booklet on who pays first
My husband died 11 years ago from cancer. He had worked in the coal mines for 9 years. Am I eligible for medical and prescription coverage?