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Medicare does not usually pay the full cost of your care, and you will likely be responsible for some portion of the cost-sharing (deductibles, coinsurances, copayments) for Medicare-covered services.
Most people do not pay a monthly Part A premium because they or a spouse have 40 or more quarters of Medicare-covered employment. In 2022, if a person has less than 30 quarters of Medicare-covered employment the Part A premium is $499 per month. If a person has 30 to 39 quarters of Medicare-covered employment, the Part A premium is $274 per month.
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