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Medicare is the Federal health insurance program for people who are age 65 and older, certain young people with disabilities, and people with End-Stage Renal Desease, sometimes called ERSD.
When applying for Medicare, it can be a bit confusing, intimidating, and down-right frustrating. But that's how Medicare Quotes in Michigan is "Making Medicare Easy"! See below how easy it can be to apply!
The Social Security office handles all Medicare applications for your Part A and Part B. There are several options you can choose from to apply such as online, in the mail, or in person at the Social Security office. We will go over the options in greater detail later. If you are turning 65 and aging into Medicare, you can apply as early as three (3) month prior ro your 65th birthday which keeps you ahead of the game allowing plenty of time to get your new Medicare card before your birthday.
Social Security has an online application that is very quick and can be completed in just minutes. Visit the Social Security website, link below, and follow the online directions on applying for Medicare. Remember that you do not have to be receiving income benefits to apply for Medicare.
To apply for Medicare& Social Security Benefits together visit: www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement
To apply for just Medicare please visit: www.ssa.gov/planners/retire/justmedicare.html
Applying online for your Medicare benefits is the easiest and quickest way to obtain your coverage. However, should you run into problems online due to incorrect information, you may be required to call them or visit a local office. Click here to see the 2023 CMS catalog.
Applying by telephone can be very easy, as well. You may contact the Social Security office at 1-800-772-1213 and the let the social security representative know you would like to apply for Medicare by phone. Depending on the time of year, call volume may be significant. If so, they will schedule a call back and take your information over the phone then.
The downside to applying over the phone is that they will require you to sign the completed forms that will be mailed to you. This can cause delays in getting your Medicare in place. Click here to see the 2023 CMS catalog.
You may feel more comfortable applying for Medicare in person at a Social Security office. This option is most favored if you are turning age 65 ver soon and need your Medicare in place quickly. To find a Social Security office near you visit: www.ssa.gov/locator.
Please make sure to ask for a printout showing proof that you have applied for Part A and Part B so that you may be able to move forward with your Medicare Quotes in Michigan representative for your Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplemental insurance and Medicare Part D prescription coverage. Click here to see the 2023 CMS catalog.