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Make Medicare easy
Our free Medicare Made Easy Guide explains Medicare and its different parts. It outlines all the plan benefits available to you and helps you compare your options.
See all your options in one place
Our free Quick Guide to Medicare Coverage breaks down your options in just two pages. Learn about the types of coverage, share of costs, when to enroll and more—all in one place.
Your Medicare Initial Enrollment Timeline
Your Medicare Initial Enrollment Period lasts seven months.
It starts three months before the month you turn 65
and ends three months after the month you turn 65.
Get the Medicare Advantage benefits you want most*
Monthly Premium,* prescription drugs included
Copay for IU Health Primary Care and Virtual Visits
$0 Copay for 100-day Tier 1 and Tier 2 mail- order drugs
Dental Coverage—two exams, two cleanings and two X-rays, PLUS $1,000 of embedded coverage
Vision Coverage—$250 allowance for frames and lenses or contacts
Low Insulin Copay—no deductible, $35 per prescription**
Low Max Out-of-Pocket Costs—as low as $2,950 in some counties
Travel Benefit—you’re covered in every state when you travel outside of Indiana
*For full benefit details, see plans by county (below)
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Care for Hoosiers, By Hoosiers
Our integration with IU Health delivers physician-driven care and a deep understanding of Indiana’s health and wellness issues, with solutions tailored to Hoosiers’ health risks and needs.
More Doctors & Hospitals
Our expanded local network gives you access to IU Health and more than 50 additional hospitals and thousands of in-network doctors across the state.
Locally based Member Advocates can answer your insurance and provider questions, and even help you make doctor appointments—often in a single call.
Questions to consider before choosing your Medicare coverage
What is my plan for retirement?
- When will my current health coverage end?
- Are benefits available through my spouse, or should I go directly to Medicare for coverage?
- When will I start to claim Social Security?
- Will I claim now or delay (up to age 70)?
What are my healthcare coverage needs?
- How important is a low monthly premium?
- How important is a low deductible?
- What prescription drugs do I take regularly? How much do I spend on them?
- Do I want additional coverage for things like dental, vision, hearing and a fitness membership?