Confused about Medicare? You are not alone
Use these tools to help guide and support your Medicare education experience.
Medicare Education Checklist
Learning about Medicare shouldn't be limited to just one week of the year. Taking the time to review your coverage options and stay informed about Medicare may help you feel better prepared to enroll in Medicare for the first time or make confident health care decisions during Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct. 15-Dec. 7). Use this checklist to help you learn more about Medicare.
Start with the Basics: Mastering the basics of the Medicare program may help you feel prepared to find the coverage that's right for you. Check out the Learn about Medicare page, watch the Medicare Overview video or get familiar with some terms in the Glossary.
Ask the Right Questions: Medicare isn't one-size-fits-all. You have lots of options as you're deciding which coverage is right for you. But those options can sometimes feel overwhelming. Make it easier by asking yourself some key questions that will help you determine your needs .
Prepare: Be ready to make decisions about your coverage options during Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct. 15-Dec. 7). Visit the Coverage Examples page to see how four Medicare beneficiaries chose their plans. Or watch the videos about Medicare Parts A, B, C and D as well as Medicare supplement insurance.
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