While there are costs associated with cataract surgery, the amount you'll pay depends on several factors, like the type of Medicare coverage you have and the surgery you need.

Medicare covers many tests, supplies, services, and prevention programs for diabetics. There are even some services and programs you can get for free! Learn more here.

There have been calls for lowering this age in recent years, and age 60 has been the most popular recommendation.

Your zip code can definitely impact your access to high-quality and affordable healthcare after age 65. However, no matter where you live, our team here at Medicare Allies can help you discover your options and make an informed decision about your insurance coverage.

While you don’t need a Medicare Part C plan, it’s definitely something to consider when deciding what coverage to choose as you turn 65.