Enrolling in Medicare

Because Medicare is so individualized, it's not always easy knowing when to enroll, how to enroll, and for which parts to sign up for. To learn more about Medicare enrollment and how we can help, click here.

Key Dates to Remember

Once you're enrolled, there are a handful of dates to keep on your calendar, like Open Enrollment Period (Oct. 15 - Dec. 7), annual notice of change (September), and even flu season. Click here for a list of important dates from Medicare.

​Medicare Part D (Prescription Drug Plan)

New Medicare cards & numbers

All Medicare enrollees should have received their new card with their new 11-digit Medicare number, called the Medicare Beneficiary Identifier. If you are a current client, please send our team a copy of your new card so we can continue managing your benefits. Click here for information about other important next steps.

Changes to Medigap

Medigap, also known as Medicare Supplement Insurance helps protect individuals from high out-of-pocket costs not covered by Medicare. For those who are (newly) eligible for Medicare on or after Jan. 1, 2020, click here to learn about some important changes you need to know.

Note: If you have specific questions about your Medicare coverage or benefits, please contact our team directly or Medicare so we can best assist you.