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Watch our video on how to shop and enroll in a Medicare plan and what to expect after you've enrolled.
In the get started screen, we ask some questions about your age and current state of health. These answers don’t affect your premium costs. We just use them to get a more accurate estimate of the costs with each plan.
This step is optional, but if you have prescription drugs you are already taking, you might want to add them at this stage. You’ll notice that as you add a drug, we’ll keep track for you. If you wish to skip this step, you can.
Adding a pharmacy is also optional, but you need to make sure that the pharmacies, doctors and other providers you already use are covered by the plan you’re considering.
On the compare plans screen, you’ll see the plans available to you along with an estimate of the total costs in each plan. You can compare up to three plans from here. Plus, you can use the physician and pharmacy directories to make sure your providers are included in the plan.
Once you find a plan that works for you, enrollment is easy. Click the blue ENROLL IN THIS PLAN button.
Call 1-888-770-8840 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET, 7 days a week.
TTY users should call: 711
Download and print the enrollment form for your plan:
After you complete the form, review it for accuracy and sign it. Keep a copy for your records. Mail your completed form to the address listed on the enrollment form cover page.
Medicare beneficiaries may also enroll in Medicare Advantage through the CMS Medicare Online Enrollment Center located at http://www.medicare.gov.
Please note: Unless you are enrolling during the Annual Election Period your coverage will likely begin on the first day of the month after the month we receive your completed enrollment form.
We’re with you every step of the way – including the first. Finding the right Medicare plan can be confusing, but you can get help from one of our insurance advisors in-person or by phone.
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