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You generally get all your Medicare-covered health care through that plan.
You may get extra benefits, such as coverage for vision, hearing, dental, and/or health and wellness programs.
You usually will have to pay some other costs (such as copayments or coinsurance) for the services you get. Out-of-pocket costs in these plans are generally lower than in Original Medicare, but vary by the services you use.
You may have to see doctors that belong to the plan or go to certain hospitals to get covered services.
You don’t need to buy a Medigap policy.

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