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Medicare eligibility: when can YOU enroll?

You have what’s called an “Initial Enrollment Period.” It starts 3 months before your 65th birthday, includes your birthday month, and ends 3 months after you turn 65.

Enter your date of birth to see how soon you can enroll:

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Enjoy primary care that’s tailor-made for people on Medicare.

myGenAs early as 3 months BEFORE you turn 65, you can enroll in Medicare. When you enroll, choose a Medicare Advantage plan from Humana, SCAN Health Plan, SelectHealth or UnitedHealthcare* and you’ll have exclusive access to Intermountain Healthcare’s myGeneration Clinics — where your care and coverage work hand in hand to keep you healthier.

A quick peek at the parts of Medicare.

The federal government provides Medicare, a health insurance program made up of four parts. Each one covers a different aspect of your care. Eligibility typically starts at age 65, but people under age 65 with special circumstances, like a disability, may also qualify for benefits.

Part A:

Hospital Services

Helps cover inpatient hospital and nursing home care, home healthcare, skilled nursing facility care and hospice.

Part B:

Medical Services

Helps cover doctor visits, lab tests, outpatient services, outpatient surgery and some medical supplies.

Part C:

Medicare Advantage Plans

Covers all of Medicare Parts A and B, PLUS covers costs that they don’t.
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Part D:

Prescription Drug Plans

Helps cover some of your prescription drug costs. But you’ll need to enroll in Medicare and pay for a separate Part D plan.

Understand your Medicare options.

There are three basic options when it comes to Medicare coverage. Only one gives you access to specialized care.

Learn how to enroll or switch plans.

Enrolling in, or changing your Medicare coverage can be confusing. Here’s some information to help make it easier!

Tips on living your healthiest life.

If it’s health and wellness related, we’ve got a great post about it — everything from care options to diet to fitness!

Answers to frequently asked questions

Have a question that’s not on our list? Just call! We’re here to help you get the answers you need.

Making the most of Medicare means having access to the latest information.

Browse through these additional Medicare resources to help you navigate your options:

We understand it can be difficult to understand the complexities of Medicare options and we are dedicated to providing you with trusted resources to guide your journey.

For personalized advice, call us at 702-623-0183 to discuss your options.

You’re probably eligible if:

  • You have Medicare Part A and Part B
  • You live in the service area of the plan you want to join

Medicare is a federal health insurance program administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Those eligible for Medicare have several plan options:

  • Original Medicare Plan (Part A and Part B)
  • Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C)
  • Medicare prescription drug coverage plan that may help cover the cost of prescription drugs and help protect against higher costs in the future (Part D).

After you have become Medicare-eligible and enrolled in the program, you can choose to receive your benefits directly through the federal government as part of the Original Plan, or from a company that contracts with Medicare as part of Medicare Advantage.

You can make the switch during the Medicare Annual Election Period, which runs from October 15th to December 7th. If you’re turning 65, moving, or suffering from select chronic conditions, you may also be eligible to shift your Medicare plan during a Special Enrollment Period. See our Medicare Enrollment page for more details.

Medicare benefits are intended for individuals who are 65 years or older, as well as those with one of the following qualifying conditions:

  • Certain disabilities lasting 24 consecutive months
  • End-stage renal disease (ESRD)
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease)
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