how old do you have to be for medicare coverage?
part a is hospital coverage, part b is dr coverage
Typically Medicare does not have this type of coverage under its policy. You should find out more information about this from your local Medicare provider.
part a is hospital coverage, part b is for doctor coverage
Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D): Medicare offers prescription drug coverage (Part D) for everyone with Medicare. To get Medicare drug coverage, you must join a plan run by an insurance company or other private company approved by Medicare. Each plan can vary in cost and drugs covered. If you want Medicare drug coverage, you need to choose a plan that works with your health coverage. For more information: http://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/10050.pdf page 63
Question isn't clear, but ordinarily Medicare is the primary payor and your retiree coverage is secondary.
Medicare is based on individual coverage. Unfortunately, you can't be added to someone's Medicare coverage.
Medicare is a Federal, nation-wide program.
Please explain your question more thoroughly if my answer does not suffice. I am unsure of what you mean by Medicare Carve Out Coverage. You can buy a Medicare Supplement at any time once you have received your Medicare Part A and Part B. If you do not enroll within 6 months of your Part B effective date you would be subject to underwriting. You can not join a Medicare Supplement if you already have a Medicare Advantage Plan as this is not allowed by Centers for Medicare. You would be required to drop your Medicare Advantage Plan prior to the Medicare Supplement effective date. If you had coverage through an employer, you would not need Medicare Supplement coverage as your employer coverage would be primary and then Medicare would be secondary for your out-of-pocket costs covered by Medicare.