Original Medicare Part A & Part B tips-From Medicare.gov
Follow these 3 steps to help you get started or watch our video below:
Sign up for Medicare
If you're not already getting benefits from Social Security, you need to sign up to get
Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance).
You won't get Medicare Part A and Part B automatically.
Note: Sign up for Medicare online or contact Social Security.
Social Security will review your records to see if you qualify for Medicare.
If you already get benefits from Social Security,
You will get Medicare Part A & B automatically when you first qualify.
Choose your coverage
Complete your "Year 1: Medicare Checklist" (Medicare.gov)
During your first year with Medicare, make a checklist to get the most out of Medicare coverage and be prepared in case of emergency.
Get a check up or preventive care examination/physical!
Talk to someone you trust and acquire a scope of appointment to specify what you are going to talk about, and plan to know more than the people you talk to. Let us help with our continued learning routine.