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YOUR GUIDE ON YOUR ROAD TO MEDICARE

Are you Medicare ready? Complete your Medicare assessment to research your options.

EASY PATH TO CHOOSING A MEDICARE PLAN

1
Learn
about Medicare
2
Take Assessment
to evaluate your needs
3
Receive
personalized advice

HOW IT WORKS

After completing your Medicare assessment, learn about:

Plan Options

Based on your situation and lifestyle, learn about the benefits of enrolling in Medicare Advantage or Medigap + Part D to meet your health and prescription needs.
Costs to Expect

With our sample plans, discover how much you can expect to pay with premiums, co-pays, prescriptions, and other out-of-pocket expenses.
Easy Enrollment

Get personalized advice and talk to a trusted Medicare expert on the best plans for your needs.
Next Steps

Get Medicare basics, tips, and advice on how to get the most out of your Medicare plans.

NCOA AND MEDICARE

People who are eligible for Medicare have to make important choices about the coverage that will best meet their health and financial needs. Choosing the wrong plan can negatively impact your health and financial situation. My Medicare Matters is here to help you get the information and access the help you need to make the best choice.

My Medicare Matters is designed to make it easier for people with Medicare (and those planning for Medicare) to make informed and confident choices about their health coverage and to make the most of that coverage.

NCOA's Standards of Excellence for consumer education and health insurance brokerage services ensures every person researching and enrolling in Medicare receive unbiased education, decision support, and trusted activation options.

FEATURED CONTENT TO GET STARTED

New to Medicare - Signing Up for a Medigap/Medicare Supplement Plan
There are two Medicare plans to consider - Medicare Advantage or Original Medicare + Medigap.
5 Steps to Choosing a Medicare Plan
If eligible for Medicare at age 65, there is a seven-month period to sign up. It begins three months prior to the month before turning 65, includes the month
Original Medicare and Part D VS Medicare Advantage
When comparing coverage, it is important to look at the two core options first: Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage. Costs and coverage will differ.