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What is Medicare?

Medicare was designed to help you afford good health care. It comes in Parts A, B, C, D. Parts A and B are called "Original Medicare" and are provided by the government. Parts A and B cover some basics like hospital stays and doctor visits, but they don't cover everything. You'll want more coverage to help pay for services not included in Original Medicare or to add benefits like prescription drug coverage or dental insurance.

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Here's how to sign up for Medicare.

Visit Medicare.gov to apply for Medicare online. Or, you can go to your local Social Security office - You’ll need an original or certified copy of your birth certificate, any W-2 forms from the past two years and your Social Security Number (SSN) or card.

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IMPORTANT: If you decide not to enroll in Medicare Part B when you're first eligible, you may have to pay late-enrollment fees should you decide to enroll at a later date. Plus, you may be responsible for the medical expenses Medicare Part B would have covered.

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Nearing age 65, more than a dozen places sent me information to get my business. But when I called Blue Cross, the customer service person didn’t just want my business, she wanted to help! She was easy to work with, explained my options and didn’t try to sell me anything I didn’t want. I received exactly the plan I was looking for, and dental coverage too. The whole experience was just great.

Alan, Blue Cross Medicare Supplement plan member

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August 28 - Newton
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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas is a PPO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Medicare Advantage depends on contract renewal. This information is not a complete description of benefits. Call 800-222-7645 (TTY:711) for more information.

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