Get to know Medicare during National Medicare Education Week, September 15–21. The goal of National Medicare Education Week is to help empower Medicare beneficiaries, new to Medicare individuals and caregivers to make confident and informed decisions. This year, you can attend a local event in your community, and Medicare Made Clear will offer three online webinars focusing on key Medicare topics.
You arrive for an appointment with your doctor and the receptionist asks for your insurance card. The card you hand over could tell you a lot about your Medicare and other coverage.
Most of us have been buying health insurance all our adult lives—through our employers or on our own. Then Medicare comes along, and it seems like a whole new ball game.
Did you know that one of the best doctors you’ll ever meet can be found right in your own home? If not, take some time to introduce yourself to Dr. You.
MedicareMadeClear.com is an educational website, designed to help you learn more about Medicare. Our previous Medicare Made Clear blog post discussed how to navigate MedicareMadeClear.com in different ways, depending on the Medicare information you’re looking for. Today’s follow-up post is designed to let you know about some of the most useful features on the site. We want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your time on MedicareMadeClear.com.
The Medicare Made Clear web site is devoted to helping you make informed Medicare decisions. And it’s not just for first-timers. The information and tools on the site are there to help you understand Medicare and your choices, whatever your situation.
We are happy to introduce you to the new MedicareMadeClear.com. You will find the site newly organized for quick and easy access to Medicare information. Extra features include personalized information and practical tools to help you learn about Medicare and make informed decisions.