Medicare Mini Course – Step By Step Instructions on Understanding Your Medicare Benefits



Welcome to Keith’s Medicare Mini Course! 

We know that Medicare can be confusing. From understanding when, where, and how to enroll, and most importantly, what you are enrolling in! Why GuyThis easy to understand course will break down the parts of Medicare that you need to know. For the next five days you will receive an e-mail that includes a specialized video and Medicare specific resources to help you become a Medicare expert! Keith breaks everything down piece by piece to answer all of your questions before you even begin the application process.

Just enter your name and e-mail address below to begin your journey into the wonderfully complex world of Medicare!

What is included in this Free Course?


Day One: Original Medicare

Before beginning your Medicare enrollment, it is important to understand exactly what Medicare is. Original Medicare consists of Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B. Each of these parts of Medicare cover different services and providers.

Day Two: Cost of Medicare

Once we have a clear understanding of the different parts of Original Medicare, it is now important to understand the costs associated with these parts. The costs of Medicare include monthly premiums, deductibles, and coinsurances.

Day Three: Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment

Now that we understand both the parts and cost of Original Medicare, it is time to establish a timeline to apply for Medicare. Many people enroll in Medicare at age 65, but some people will continue working and need to delay their Medicare enrollment.

Day Four: Medigap vs Medicare Advantage

As we learned with the Cost of Medicare, Original Medicare does not cover 100% of your health expenses. Medicare beneficiaries have the option of enrolling in additional coverage plans, like a Medicare Supplement plan or a Medicare Advantage Plan to increase their coverage. These two plans are very different so it is important to understand what each one entails.

Day Five: Medicare Part D

As we learned on the first day, Original Medicare does not cover prescription medications. Luckily, there is a part of Medicare that does, known as Medicare Part D. This part of Medicare can be confusing to understand, and it is important to make sure your plan covers all of your prescriptions at the lowest possible cost.
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