Your health care benefits. Your health care goals. Your health partner.
Nothing stays the same forever. It’s likely your health and/or you needs have changed over the past year. There’s not a one-size-fits-all plan and maybe your plan this year will no longer work for your needs next year.
If you are enrolled in some form of Medicare (Part A and/or B, Part C, Part D, or Medicare Supplement), then this guide is for you.
Information to help beneficiaries make the most of enrollment and coverage
Tips to manage notifications and information related to coverage
Tips for choosing health insurance at 65
The first (and perhaps critical) step to improving healthcare is having a plan that meets your health needs and budget. You should determine what needs you have today (and in the future), which doctors and/or specialists you need care for, and how important is having a financial safeguard against unpredictable healthcare costs. The task of finding, comparing, and understanding which plan meets your needs is tough. And stats like “one in five Medicare beneficiaries say their current plan already does not meet their health needs” gives us heartburn.
Our goal is to provide you the information you need to make more confident decisions and take control of your healthcare. GoHealth offers digital resources and productive benefits consulting - free of charge with no obligations to enroll.
Add, change, drop coverage during your enrollment periods. Understand the cost of Medicare and financial assistance programs.Medicare Plan Overview Medicare Enrollment Periods Annual Enrollment Period Special Enrollment Period Medicare Costs Low Income
Tips to make the most of information about your coverage or health.Explanation of Benefits (EOB) Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) Medicare ID Card Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) Talking with your Doctor Talking with your Health Insurance Company
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This website is operated by GoHealth, LLC., a licensed health insurance company. The website and its contents are for informational and educational purposes; helping people understand Medicare in a simple way. The purpose of this website is the solicitation of insurance. Contact will be made by a licensed insurance agent/producer or insurance company. Medicare Supplement insurance plans are not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or the federal Medicare program. Our mission is to help every American get better health insurance and save money.
Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options.