In order to enroll in a Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage plan, you must be enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B, and you must live in an area that is serviced by the plan you want.
There are certain times of year during which you can enroll in Kaiser Medicare plans.
Below is a detailed guide to how you can enroll in a Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage plan and how you can compare different types of Medicare Advantage plans from other providers to find the right plan for your needs.
If you’re receiving (or are eligible to receive) Social Security benefits at age 65, you’ll be automatically enrolled in Medicare Part A hospital insurance when you turn 65 years old. Your Medicare card will arrive in the mail a few months prior to your 65th birthday.
If you are not eligible to receive Social Security benefits, you will have to manually sign up for Medicare Part A when you turn 65.
Enrollment in Part A is required for all Medicare Advantage plans sold by any insurance company.
If you qualify for Social Security benefits at age 65, you will also be automatically enrolled in Medicare Part B medical insurance.
Part B is optional, but you must enroll in Medicare Part B in order to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, including those offered by Kaiser Permanente. If you do not qualify for automatic Part B enrollment, you will need to sign up manually.
Medicare Advantage plans are sold by private insurance companies like Kaiser Permanente, and plan availability can vary based on your location. Each plan is specific to a particular zip code, state or region. Some Medicare Advantage plans feature a network of providers who operate in that given area.
In order to enroll in a Kaiser Medicare Advantage plan, you must reside in the area that the plan serves. Kaiser sells Medicare Advantage plans for people living in parts of the following locations:
There are three times of the year that you may enroll in a Kaiser Medicare Advantage plan.
You also need to choose which type of Kaiser Medicare Advantage plan you wish to enroll in.
Kaiser provides several different types of Medicare Advantage plans, including:
There are other types of Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Advantage plan providers you can also consider. To compare Medicare Advantage plans that may be available where you live, speak with a licensed insurance agent by calling TTY Users: 711 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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