Medicare - Part A (Hospital Insurance)

Medicare - Part A (Hospital Insurance)

Helps to cover:
 - inpatient care in a hospital or skilled nursing facility
 - Hospice care
- Home health care
- Inpatient care in a religious nonmedical health care institution

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