What does Medicare cover

Question: 
What does Medicare cover
Answer: 

Medicare Part B covers medically necessary ambulance transports that are reasonable in relation to their purpose. In addition to emergency transports, covered transports include those from: (1) any place to a facility that furnishes necessary care; (2) a nursing home to hospital: (3) one hospital to another hospital where necessary care or service is not available at the first hospital; and (4) from a hospital or nursing facility to a beneficiary’s home. To qualify for coverage, ambulance transports must meet two basic tests: (1) medical necessity – whether a patient needs to be transported by ambulance, as opposed to some other means; and (2) reasonableness – whether the transport was necessary in the first place.