Medicare Part C

The eligibility criterion of Medicare part C is as below:
1)- Age: You must be 65 or older.
2)- U.S. Citizen: U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident for five contiguous years.
3)- You’re eligible for Original Medicare if you’ve received monthly Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) disability benefits for 24 months.

Medicare Part C is a complicated system, and the information you need to know about it is not always easy to find.

Coverage:

Medicare Part C is designed to help you manage your long-term care. You receive benefits for up to 10 years if you have an eligible condition (or spend time in a rehabilitation center and qualify for help).
After 12 months, your care is insured by the government, so there’s little risk to you or your home.
You can get Medicare Part C benefits for up to 10 years if you have an eligible condition, such as An active, long-term care need (anything from the following conditions:
Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury)Spinal cord injuries that require physical therapy Healthy bones (osteoporosis)
The following conditions may also qualify if they make you more likely to need services: Heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or kidney failure long-term care home is a facility run by the government to help people who are unable to live independently.
Medicare Part C plans include information about your options and how to enroll.