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Your 2019 Medicare Costs

Original Medicare (Medicare Part A and Part B) is a federal health insurance program for people age 65 and older and younger people with certain disabilities. Although Original Medicare covers a wide range of hospital and medical costs, it leaves some costs to beneficiaries.

Listed below are the 2019 Medicare costs, including Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles, copayments and coinsurance.1


Part A Premium

Most people do not pay a premium for Medicare Part A, as long as they paid sufficient Medicare taxes while working. If you must pay a Part A premium, you could pay anywhere from $240 to $437 per month in 2019 (depending on how many quarters you worked and paid Medicare taxes).


Part A Deductible

In 2019, the Medicare Part A deductible is $1,364 per benefit period, which increased from $1,340 in 2018.


Part A Coinsurance

You do not typically pay a coinsurance for the first 60 days of each benefit period for an inpatient hospital stay. After day 60, the coinsurance amounts are as follows:

  • $341 per day for Days 61-90
  • $682 per day for day 91 and beyond


Part B Premium

The standard 2019 Part B premium is $135.50, which increased from $134 in 2018.

It’s important to keep in mind that some people in higher income brackets may have to pay more for their Part B premiums.


Part B Deductible

In 2019, the Medicare Part B deductible is $185 per year, which increased from $183 per year in 2018.


1 All cost data according to Medicare.gov, “2019 Costs at a Glance,” accessed November 5, 2018

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