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NGS Medicare: National Government Services Medicare is a Medicare contractor. NGS Medicare administers Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) for Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. August 20, 2021
How To Pay Medicare Bills?
If you buy only Part B, you will receive a premium Medicare bill (Form CMS-500) every 3 months. If you purchase IRMAA Part A or Part D, you will receive a premium bill from NGS Medicare each month.
Different ways to pay your Medicare bill:
- Pay online through your secure Medicare account – you can pay by credit card, debit card, or from your checking or savings account. Learn more about paying your rewards online.
- By using your bank’s online bill payment service, you can pay your bills directly from your checking or savings account. By contacting your bank, you can find out what information is required for this service.
- Join NGS Medicare Easy Pay, a free service in which your monthly premiums will be automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. We will normally debit your reward from your bank account on the 20th of the month.
- Submit your payment to Medicare: You can pay by check, money order, credit card, or debit card. Fill in the proof of payment attached to your invoice. Payments sent without the coupon may be delayed.
- If paying by credit/debit card, enter your account information and expiration date as it appears on your card. Be sure to sign the coupon.
Medicare is always paramount when it comes to your only form of coverage. If you enter another form of coverage in the table, standard benefit coordination will occur. Coordination of benefits determines which form of coverage is primary and which form of coverage is secondary.