Why do you need Medicare?
Seniors are in the most need of health care, but once retired monthly premiums can become hard to maintain. Enrolling in the Medicare program allows you to get the care you need for a minimal charge.
How do I get Medicare?
If you're over 65 (or turning 65 in the next 3 months) and not already getting benefits from Social Security, you won't get Medicare automatically. You need to sign up to get Medicare Part A and Part B. You can sign up for Medicare online or by contacting Social Security.
If you already get benefits from Social Security, you'll get Medicare Part A and Part B automatically when you're first eligible and don't need to sign up. Medicare will send you a "Welcome to Medicare" packet 3 months before you turn 65.
How do I customize my coverage?
People get Medicare coverage in different ways. Original Medicare – Includes Part A and Part B. You can use any doctor or hospital that takes Medicare, anywhere in the U.S. Original Medicare offers coverage for services and supplies that are considered to be medically necessary, such as doctor visits, lab tests and durable medical equipment.
What if I want more coverage than original Medicare?
We can help you review and select from one of our Medicare Advantage Plans – An "all in one" alternative to Original Medicare. These "bundled" plans include Part A, Part B, and usually Part D.
Each plan must offer at least the same coverage as original Medicare, while many plans offer additional coverage and perks not covered by Medicare – like vision, hearing, dental, and more.
Contact Sandi Daley today at 208-734-5932 or email@example.com to learn more about coverage options. We are happy to work with you to determine which Medicare options works best for you.
This is not a complete listing of plans available in your service area. For a complete listing please contact 1-800-MEDICARE (TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048), 24 hours a day/7 days a week or consult www.medicare.gov.
Medicare has neither reviewed nor endorsed this information.