Medicare Health Insurance at Sharp HealthCare
We now offer free online classes so you can learn about Medicare from the safety and convenience of your home.
- If you are turning 65 within the next year, or over 65 and retiring soon, attend our free webinar or register for our on-demand class to learn more about how to enroll in Medicare, penalties for delayed enrollment and the different plan options available.
- For those already enrolled in Medicare, Medicare open enrollment begins Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7 each year. To learn more, connect directly with a Medicare specialist.
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Sharp accepts Medicare Advantage plans from both Sharp Health Plan and UnitedHealthcare. To learn more about specific plan options, please select a carrier below to visit their website.
The webinar was great! Well organized, informative and thorough. The presenters were knowledgeable and answered all questions. I would definitely recommend that anyone creeping up on retirement age sit in on one of these webinars.
– "Understanding How Medicare Works" attendee
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