If you’re almost 65, you should be thinking about enrolling in Medicare. To help you, we’ve created the guide below, which takes you through the process of researching your options and enrolling. Remember, if you want to enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Medicare Supplement plan, you must already be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B (Original Medicare).
Get an overview of important eligibility rules for the different types of Medicare plans, including Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement.
When to Enroll
Different circumstances affect when you can enroll in different Medicare plans, as well as when you can change your current plan. Understand these events and learn how they can impact your enrollment timeline.
How to Enroll
We offer several options for enrolling—online, by phone, by mail or through an insurance agent. Choose the method you’re most comfortable with and be assured your application will be processed quickly and accurately.
After Enrollment in MedMutual Advantage
As a new MedMutual Advantage plan member, you will receive a Welcome Kit in the mail with a variety of important documents and forms to help you get the most out of your plan. In this section, you can access these documents online, download and print new copies and view instructions for filling them out.