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Old 04-13-19, 06:46 PM
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Taking my time, I don’t see how your wife’s employer-provided insurance could offer any kind of Medicare supplemental or other coverage for you. You could just stay on her plan, unless spouses eligible for Medicare cannot be covered.
if you can stay on her plan, you can sign up for free Medicare part A, which would be secondary to your primary plan for in-hospital care.
i stayed on my employer’s plan until I retired at the end of 2018, just shy of age 69, and started a Medicare advantage HMO plan offered by the large healthcare system I worked for. I have a basic level of faith in the system. And knowledge of the system.
And minimal health issues - knock on my wooden head.

My advantage plan has no charges beyond my basic Medicare B payment.
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