Hands-On Virtual Workshop: Navigating the Medicare.gov Website November 17, 2020 from 10 am to 12 pm Are you concerned about receiving biased information from insurance brokers? Do you want to understand your Medicare options during… Read More
If you enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan or Part D plan by mistake or after receiving misleading information, you may be able to disenroll and change plans. Typically, you have the right to change… Read More
Medicare Launches New App “What’s Covered” Newest eMedicare Tool Provides Valuable Information to Mobile Users On February 6th, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new initiative “What’s Covered” app to provide… Read More
Beginning April of 2018, the government will start sending out new Medicare cards, launching a yearlong effort to reach 59 million people enrolled in Medicare. Prior to this, Medicare cards have the individual’s Social Security… Read More
What is Open Enrollment? The Medicare Open Enrollment Period is an annual period of time (October 15 through December 7) when current Medicare users can choose to re-evaluate part of their Medicare coverage (their Medicare Advantage and/or Part D… Read More
Are you turning 65 and have questions about how Medicare works. The University of Florida, Nassau County Extension Service will provide unbiased information. Contact Meg McAlpine 904-530-6359.