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Converting insurance policy seems to be so complex right? Wrong, converting to Medicare may be the most readily useful thing for you. I know it seems like a great deal of intricate things...Part A, Part D, prescription insurance, and all of this but with all of the combined you can spend almost no for your medications and hospital stays.
Part B also covers preventive services like a flu shot, also included in Part B is medical research, mental health and ambulance services. Now if you curently have insurance that you like and want to maintain but it does not offer prescription insurance, you may want to look into Medicare's Part D. Obviously Medicare doesn't cover everything. Items that Medicare doesn't include include; longterm or custodial care, routine vision or dental care, plastic surgery, dentures, acupuncture, routine foot care and hearing aids or the test for installing them. In most forms of Medicare Advantage plans you will always be included for emergency and urgent care when required.
Still not sure switching to Medicare is appropriate for you, well check out their website or give them a phone. As you can see on medicare supplemental insurance cost.