Yes. After you have received SSDI benefits for two years, you will automatically be enrolled in Medicare. Social Security will enroll you in Medicare Part A, which pays for inpatient hospital costs. You will also be entitled to enroll in Part B, which covers doctors’ bills and other medical expenses. Part A is free. Part B requires a monthly premium payment.
If you receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI), you will be entitled to Medicaid immediately.
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