The PPLD and the Pikes Peak Area Agency on Aging have taken your suggestions and have developed a Four-Part Medicare Series to dive more deeply into Medicare and retirement. Please join us as we begin exploring Medicare on a new level in 2021.
Let’s face it! Medicare can be confusing! This series is designed to provide information to guide and support you as you make important health care decisions that affect the rest of your life!
Each week will each focus on a different part of Medicare.
April 1 – Session 1: Medicare Eligibility and Coverage (Part A/B)
Explains eligibility for enrolling in Medicare Parts A and B, how to enroll and when to enroll (enrollment periods).
Explains Medicare Parts A and B costs, what A and B cover (benefits) and options available when something is not covered by Medicare.
April 8 – Session 2: Medicare Options: Medigap and Medicare Advantage Plans
This course assumes that the attendee’s already have a basic knowledge of Medicare A and B eligibility, enrollment and of benefits and coverage or that they have already attended Session 1: Medicare Eligibility and Coverage.
Explains the 2 types of coverage consumers can choose from for additional insurance to go with their Medicare A and B: Medigaps and Medicare Advantage Plans, what they are, how they coordinate with Medicare and what coverage they provide for those enrolled in Medicare A and B.
April 15 – Session 3: Medicare Part D
This course explains the newest benefit of Medicare, Part D, for prescription drug coverage. Details how Part D works, how to get it, what the costs are for Part D, eligibility and how to apply for financial assistance with Part D costs for those with low incomes. Will also discuss other cost saving options available to consumers enrolled in Part D.
April 22 – Session 4: Medicare, Medicaid, and Other Health Insurance Options – What you need to know
Explains the CO Medicaid programs people with Medicare may be eligible for and how those Medicaid programs coordinate with Medicare.
Also discusses how other health insurance options work with Medicare such as Employer Group Health Plans (EGHP) for active and retired employee’s, COBRA, TriCare For Life, PERA, FEHB, etc.
The speaker comes from the Pikes Peak Area Agency on Aging Senior Insurance Assistance department, the State Health Insurance Program (SHIP). The SHIP has been at the forefront of this emerging boom to provide up to date, current insurance information. These SHIP counselors are trained experts who do not sell or endorse any insurance products. The Medicare series is designed to answer questions and provide information to help older adults make the most informed choices.
For information on Medicare Senior Insurance reach out at email@example.com or call (719) 635-4891 for more information or questions
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