SEMINAR CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Medicare 101: Medicare Made Simple

Organizer: Kristin Figg
Presenter: Nancy Courser

Event Details:
This entry level class is designed for those who will be turning 65 in the next year or who are newly eligible for Medicare due to loss of coverage or to Social Security disability.

These topics are presented and discussed in language and terms that are easily understood:

  • Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D
  • Enrollment deadlines
  • Supplemental options
  • Part D prescription drug coverage
  • Out-of-pocket costs
  • Medicare coverage

Making the right choices, particularly when you are first eligible, could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars over your lifetime. Attending this class can help you start the Medicare planning process with the basic knowledge you will need to make these choices.

 

 

Do’s and Don’ts of Medicare Open Enrollment

Organizer:Kristin Figg
Presenter: Nancy Courser

Event details:
The Annual Election Period (AEP), which runs from October 15 to December 7, is the one time of year when anyone with Medicare can make changes to their health and prescription drug plans for 2020.

At this educational workshop, Nancy Courser will review in easy-to-understand terms:

  • What can you do during AEP?
  • What are your coverage options?
  • De-mystifying the Medicare enrollment periods
  • Tips to choosing a Medicare Part D plan
  • Resources and tools to assist you in your decision making
  • No specific products or companies will be discussed.
 

 

Do’s and Don’ts of Medicare Open Enrollment

Organizer:Kristin Figg
Presenter: Nancy Courser

Event details:
The Annual Election Period (AEP), which runs from October 15 to December 7, is the one time of year when anyone with Medicare can make changes to their health and prescription drug plans for 2020.

At this educational workshop, Nancy Courser will review in easy-to-understand terms:

  • What can you do during AEP?
  • What are your coverage options?
  • De-mystifying the Medicare enrollment periods
  • Tips to choosing a Medicare Part D plan
  • Resources and tools to assist you in your decision making
  • No specific products or companies will be discussed.
 

 

Medicare 201: Medicare Made Simple

Organizer:Kristin Figg
Presenter: Nancy Courser

Event details:
This refresher (intermediate level) class is designed for those who will be turning 65 in the next year or who are newly eligible for Medicare due to loss of coverage or to Social Security disability.

Building on your basic knowledge of Medicare, we will discuss these topics in greater detail:

  • The differences between the Medicare Advantage Plan and the Medicare Supplement (Medigap)
  • Selecting the most cost effective Medicare Part D coverage
  • Minimizing the Part D coverage gap (donut hole)
  • Enrollment options available to people still working or on a retiree health plan

Making the right choices, particularly when you are first eligible, could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars over your lifetime. Attending this class can help you continue the Medicare planning process with the knowledge you will need to make the best choices for your situation.