I’m 65 or older and looking for a Medicare secondary option to help with my medical expenses

 
Follow this path if you are 65 or older and need help understanding Medicare Part A ((Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance) and the options available to you. When you are ready, you will need to sign up for Medicare and make important decisions about your medicare coverage and whether or not you need to add a secondary program like Medi-Share 65+ to your health care.  

My Steps: 


Step 1: Know Your Options

What are my options?

Once you have Medicare Part A and Part B, you will discover that there are several ways to save on your health care. Explore this section to see how Original Medicare and supplements work and how the Medi-Share 65+ community can help you save on your medical costs. Learn about all options to help you understand the added costs and find the right fit for you.

Medicare Overview: Describe A, B, C, D, G
Understand the Major Differences between a Medicare Advantage Plan and a Secondary Plan like Medi-Share 65+
How Does Medi-Share 65+ Work with Medicare
What is Medi-Share 65+ and How Does it Work?


Step 2: Know the Gaps Medicare Leaves Behind

Learn how Medi-Share 65+ helps fill in the gaps Medicare Parts A & B leave behind

Explore this section to understand the gaps that come with Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) & Part B (Medical Insurance) and Advantage Plans to figure out what Medicare secondary option is best for you before making your final decision.

Understanding What Medicare Doesn't Cover
Understanding How Medi-Share 65+ Fills in the Gaps


Step 3: Know Your Deadlines for Medicare Part A & Part B 

Do you know when and how to sign up for Medicare?

Get information about how to sign up for Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance). There are important deadlines you need to know.

Understanding When You Can Make Changes to your Health Care


Step 4: How do I sign up for Medicare & Medi-Share 65+

What steps do I take?

When you are ready, find out how to start your Medi-Share 65+ program and how we can help you through the process of applying.

Enrolling or Making Changes to Medicare
Schedule a Call with a Medi-Share 65+ Representative

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Medi-Share is a nonprofit health care sharing ministry of Christian Care Ministry, Inc ("CCM"). Medi-Share members voluntarily share each other's medical expenses in accordance with guidelines adopted by the members and administered by CCM. Medi-Share is not insurance and is not regulated as insurance. Neither CCM nor any Medi-Share member assume any legal obligation to share in the payment of any medical expense incurred by another Medi-Share member. Medi-Share members are exempt from the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. See 26 U.S.C §5000 A(d)(2)(B). Certain states expressly exempt from insurance regulation healthcare sharing ministries that, among other things, post a specific notice. Although Medi-Share does not rely on such express exemptions, Medi-Share has elected to publish theses notices. You can review the disclosure required for the state in which you reside: KY, MD, PA, WI - All Other States. - Click to view our privacy policy.