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Do you have questions about Medicare when moving to another state?

If you reside within the United States (including the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands), you may maintain your Original Medicare, Part A & B coverage. Of course, you’ll want to notify your health-care providers about your move to another state, and arrange for transfer of your medical records.

You might also have a stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan, and/or a Medicare Supplement policy, working alongside your Original Medicare benefits. See below for information about how address changes may affect these plans.

Retiree insurance

If you’re retired and have Medicare and group health plan (retiree) coverage from a former employer, generally:

  • Medicare pays first for your health care bills
  • Your group health plan coverage pays second

How your retiree group health plan coverage works depends on the terms of your specific plan. Your employer or union, or your spouse’s employer or union, might not offer any health coverage after you retire.

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