It's time to consider and view Medicare plans with benefits that fit your needs in the upcoming month or year.
I’m transitioning from
Get a Medicare health or prescription drug plan to cover you when you retire.
It may be time to consider alternative Medicare plans to better cover your health insurance needs.
If you have recently moved to a new state, you would need to consider changing to a new Medicare plan that is offered at your new location.
It’s worth checking each year to see if there is a more affordable Medicare plan - or one with better benefits than your current coverage.
My prescription drug costs
are out of control
Explore Part D prescription
drug coverage that better fits
your needs – and cuts down on
your prescription costs.
Medicare is a federal health insurance program created to provide a safety net for people who are 65 or older, and certain younger people with disabilities. Now expanded to cover seniors plus disabled enrollees who meet specific criteria, the program is the largest single health care payer in the nation. (Medicaid has more enrollees, but it’s jointly funded by the federal government and each state; Medicare is truly a single-payer system.)
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