If it is determined that your condition has improved and that you are medically able to work, your Medicare coverage will end (see Part V, Item 3, for the definition of medical recovery). This is true whether or not you have actually worked. When this happens, your early Medicare coverage ends with the later of:
- the last day of the 2nd month after the month in which medical recovery occurs, or
- the last day of the month after the month in which you were notified in writing that your disability ended.
If you are working, or have worked since your coverage began, your early Medicare coverage may end. This is true even though your medical condition may not have improved. Unless medical recovery occurs first, your early Medicare coverage ends with the earlier of:
- the last day of the 90th month after it is determined you performed regular work (see Part V, Item 7, for the definition of regular work), or
- the last day of the month in which death occurs.