Medicare Advantage 101: New policy series explains Medicare Advantage and its role within the Medicare system.
If you are eligible for Medicare, but not currently receiving Social Security retirement benefits or railroad retirement benefits, there are three different time periods during which you can enroll in Medicare Parts A and B. In the video above we explain when to enroll in Medicare based on your eligibility and what you should do if you miss your enrollment window.
After you watch the video, visit Medicare Interactive (MI) for more resources to help you navigate your Medicare enrollment. Use the interactive Roadmap tool to determine your Initial Enrollment Period (IEP), and view the handy charts to determine when your coverage will begin.
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