Question by  MarcusAntonious (36)

Can I use my husband's medicare insurance?


Answer by  Rajesh (329)

If the insurance is taken in the husband's name and it is an individual insurance then i cannot take only my husband can take it. But if it is a group insurance then it is eligible the him his spouse his children whoever the name has been included for insurance.


Answer by  Joanne (54)

You should find out about the terms and conditions on the medicare insurance to determine whether you can use the insurance. You may call up the insurance company to find out about your eligibility to use your husband's medicare insurance. There is high chances that you can use the medicare insurance of your husband.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

medicare insurance only applies to the person on the card. as a spouse you would need to have your own insurance or medicare insurance. if your husband had family insurance with a company that he retired from and you were under the age of 65, you would be covered under his previous policy until the age of 65.


Answer by  Ezequiel (117)

Good question, you can only use your husbands medicare insurance if you are filed under the insurance with him, the same rule would apply if you have children. Adding yourself or children on the policy will cost more but in the long run will save you more money, visits to the E.R are expensive. Example, ambulance 1,000 bucks.


Answer by  shaukat (92)

It is not advisable and can be against the law, also becomes useless when your husband really needs it, instead you should consult the medicare insurance agent and get the needed policy for you in proper way and it comes into force for one complete year from the date of its issue

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