The
Definition Of

Medicare

Medicare is a health insurance program administered by the Social Security Administration which is broken into two distinct categories: 1) Medicare Part A helps with hospital costs; and 2) Medicare Part B requires a monthly fee and is used to pay medical costs for people 65 years of age and older, some disabled people under 65 years of age and people with end-stage renal disease (permanent kidney failure treated with dialysis or a transplant). Mental Health.

Definition two:

Medicare in the United States, government health insurance for those over sixty-five. In Canada, a tax-funded national health care program available to every resident of the country.


Medicare is the public health insurance program for those 65 or older.


Medicare is the part of the total Social Security program that covers the medical expenses of most people aged 65 and older and certain disabled people under age 65.