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Medicare and Group Health Insurance: If You Have Been Disabled And Return To Work

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If you return to work full-time, your Medicare will remain in force, and the Premiums paid on Part A -- Hospital, for up to 8 years and 3 months after you return to work. You would continue to pay the Part B Medical premium just as when you were disabled.

If your new employer also provides group health coverage, since you have the group coverage because of "current employment," Medicare is Secondary Payor if the employer has 100 or more employees. Medicare is the Primary Payor if your employer has less than 100 employees.

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