Step 1: The ABCs of Medicare
Step 2: What's your Medicare situation?
Step 3: Choosing the right plan
Step 4: Be in good company
Step 5: Remember the dates
Step 6: SSAs, HSAs and Delaying Medicare
Step 7: Ready, Set, Go
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Select Health is an HMO, PPO, SNP plan sponsor with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Select Health Medicare depends on contract renewal. The Medicare Contract is renewed annually, and the availability of coverage beyond the end of the current year is not guaranteed. You are eligible to enroll if you are entitled to Medicare Part A and enrolled in Medicare Part B and you live in the service area. With some exceptions you can only enroll during certain times of the year. Medicare beneficiaries may also enroll in Select Health Medicare through the CMS Medicare Online Enrollment Center, located at www.medicare.gov. This information is not a complete description of benefits. Call for more information. Other providers/pharmacies/physicians are available in our network. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings call Member Services at Toll-Free: 855-442-9900 (TTY Users: 711) All Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Part D plans agree to stay in the program for a full calendar year at a time. Plan benefits and cost-sharing may change from calendar year to calendar year. Each year, plans can decide whether to continue to participate with Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D. A plan may continue in their entire service area (geographic area where the plan accepts members) or choose to continue only in certain areas. Also, Medicare may decide to end a contract with a plan. Even if your Medicare Advantage plan or Medicare Part D plan leaves the program, you will not lose Medicare coverage. If a plan decides not to continue for an additional calendar year, it must send you a letter at least 90 days before your coverage will end. The letter will explain your options for Medicare coverage in your area. This site uses Adobe Acrobat to distribute many of our documents. Every year, Medicare evaluates plans based on a 5-star rating system. SELECT HEALTH, SELECT HEALTH MEDICARE, INTERMOUNTAIN HEALTH, and the Select Health and the Intermountain Health logos are registered trademarks of Select Health, Inc. or Intermountain Health, Inc., and may not be used except with written permission of the respective owner.