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COMPARE MEDICARE PLANS

Whether you're newly eligible or looking to reduce out-of-pocket expenses, we have a Medicare plan for you.

Explore Medicare plans in your area

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Choose a Medicare Supplement (Medigap) plan to cover copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, and other expenses not covered by Medicare.

Add a prescription drug plan (Medicare Part D) to help pay for your medications.

Or replace original Medicare with a comprehensive Medicare Advantage plan (Parts C and D), often at no additional cost.

Original Medicare Add a Medicare Supplement plan Add a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D)
Visit your local Social Security office to enroll See plans See plans

Hospital (Part A)

Doctor visits (Part B)

Minimize out-of-pocket medical expenses

Prescription drugs

Go to any doctor or US facility that accepts Medicare

Vision, dental, and hearing

Original Medicare covers some of the costs for hospitalization (Part A) and doctor visits (Part B).
Go to any doctor that accepts Medicare in the United States
Access saving programs to help lower your monthly plan dues¹.
Have MORE coverage, including healthy extras like access to SilverSneakers® fitness and wellness programs, as well as vision and hearing aid coverages for select plans.
Prescription drug coverage (Part D)
Reduce out-of-pocket expenses
¹Savings due to increased efficiencies from administering Medicare Supplement plans under this program/service are passed on to the member.
Hospitalization
In-network doctor visits
Reduce out-of-pocket expenses
Presciption drug coverage
Vision, dental and hearing aids

When am I eligible to apply for Medicare?

Your initial eligibility window for Medicare opens 3 months before the month of your 65th birthday. It extends 3 months after your birthday.

It's important not to delay. There can be financial penalties.

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