This powerpoint provides Medicare eligible beneficiaries information on What Medicare is and what pieces are needed, enrollment, costs, covered services, and how Medicare coordinates with work or retirement insurance, Medigap policies and Medicare drug plans.
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Watch this video to learn the steps involved in starting your Medicare coverage.
Watch this video to learn about the decisions you need to make and how to enroll in Medicare.
Learn about what all those letters mean.
Your personal financial situation may affect Medicare choices. Learn about your options.
This video explains your options if you are covered either by your employer insurance or your spouse's employer insurance.
I'm retiring and will lose my employer health insurance. How do I sign up for Medicare Part B?
Contributing to a Health Savings Account while you're enrolled in Medicare creates an income tax problem. Watch this video to learn how to avoid the tax issues.
After you have enrolled in Medicare and received your Medicare card, you need to create a MyMedicare account. This video outlines the steps involved in creating this account.
Learn about your options for Medicare Supplement coverage in this video.
Click below to access the Social Security website to view Extra Help With Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Costs information and to access the link to apply online.
Click below for information on getting help paying for your Medicare costs through the Medicare Savings Program.
Official Medicare website: www.medicare.gov
Social Security online: www.socialsecurity.gov
Official Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Site www.cms.hhs.gov
RxAssist.org: Look up your medications (brand or generic) for information as to whether you can get them free directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer www.rxassist.org
Medicare Rights: www.medicareinteractive.org
Medicare’s Durable Medical Equipment Program: www.cms.gov