Examine When and How to Enroll
Often, the hardest and most important decisions regarding the use of the Medicare system arise at the point when you become eligible to enter the system. It might appear to be relatively straightforward, but “when to enter Medicare and how to use the Medicare system” is, in fact, complex -- and often confusing and frustrating.
Explore How Medicare Works
What are the rules governing enrollment into Medicare and why may individuals wish to delay enrollment? To enroll, you need to know about access to care, benefits, and costs. You’ll take a look at the various coverage components of the Medicare system, what each part covers and how they coordinate with each other (and with health coverage components outside the Medicare system), and how to use these components to create an effective individual coverage strategy.
- What is Medicare?
- What are the eligibility criteria?
- How and when do I enroll?
- Current parts of the Medicare system
Who Should Attend?
It’s imperative that you understand the options, deadlines, and landmines to avoid if you fall into these categories:
- you serve clients who will rely on Medicare for their health care coverage
- you will soon be eligible for Medicare yourself
Get Answers To Your Questions:
- When does it make sense to delay enrolling in Medicare?
- How do my clients or I make the best selection of health care coverage?
- How does Part D prescription drug coverage work?
- Will I need additional insurance coverage for things Medicare does not cover?
- How do I integrate Medicare coverage with private insurance products?
- In what ways has the Affordable Care Act affected Medicare coverage?