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Medicare enrollment: U.S. citizens living abroad

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Medicare enrollment: U.S. citizens living abroad
Summary: 

You'll learn about enrollment considerations for U.S.
citizens who live abroad, or plan to live abroad, understand if and when they
can enroll in Medicare, how to enroll, and how their decisions can affect
coverage and costs.

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topics
Startdate: 
Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Immigrants and Medicare

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Immigrants and Medicare
Summary: 

You'll learn when non-United States (U.S.) citizens, who move from other countries to the U.S. may qualify to get Medicare coverage. Timing of enrollment depends on their permanent resident status and how long they've lived in the U.S. It's important to understand how these elements can impact someone's eligibility and timing for Medicare.

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topics
Startdate: 
Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Automatic enrollment in Medicare: Part A & Part B

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Automatic enrollment: Part A / B
Summary: 

You'll learn when Medicare enrollment is automatic. In the past, typical ages for Medicare and Social Security benefits enrollment were the same. Now, that has changed. This is why people don't always know they may need to take an action to get Medicare, or if they can expect to be automatically enrolled. You'll help people who are eligible for enrollment know if it'll be automatic for them, and inform them about the decisions they may need to make based on their circumstances.

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topics
Startdate: 
Sunday, January 3, 2021

Still working & turning 65: Medigap, Part D, & Medicare Advantage

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Still working: Medigap, Part D / C
Summary: 

If you delayed enrollment in Medicare because you were still working at age 65 and you aren't getting Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits, you should be aware of how that decision can impact your enrollment and timing for Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap), Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D), and Medicare Advantage (Part C).

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topics
Startdate: 
Monday, January 4, 2021

Still working & turning 65: Part A and/or Part B

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Still working: Part A / B
Summary: 

Even if you have coverage through current employment, you may still need to make some important Medicare enrollment decisions about Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance). It's important to understand how your current coverage works with Medicare before making any enrollment decisions.

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topics
Startdate: 
Monday, January 4, 2021