Your PEBB coverage works with
your federal Medicare Part A and Part B so that your health care plan continues to provide comprehensive coverage.
Your monthly PEBB rates
make up one piece of your health care bill. You must also pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B. You must contact Medicare to find out your cost for Part B. Medicare Part A is usually included at no charge. Most PEBB subscribers have the Medicare premiums deducted from their monthly social security check. The Medicare Part B premium increases each year in January.
People who are working and get Medicare can wait to sign up for Medicare Part B until they retire or leave work and are no longer covered under their employer-paid PEBB insurance plan.
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