If you are turning 65 within the next year, or over 65 and retiring soon, come to our free seminar to learn more about how to enroll in Medicare, penalties for delayed enrollment and the different plan options available.
Questions about Medicare open enrollment?
We're here to help.
At Sharp, we understand that making decisions about your 2019 Medicare coverage options can seem confusing and overwhelming. That's why we offer free educational meetings to help guide you through the open enrollment process.
At these meetings, you'll learn how Medicare works in clear, easy-to-understand language, review the different types of coverage available and have the opportunity to ask your questions.
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I have Medicare and want to know more about plans Sharp accepts.Learn more
I'm over 65 and retiring
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I'm turning 65 soon
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Ready to enroll?
Ready to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan accepted by Sharp? Select a plan below to learn more.
Sharp only accepts the Health Net Seniority Plus Group Retiree Plan. We do not accept any Health Net individual Medicare Advantage plans. If you are a Health Net Seniority Plus Group member, please visit Health Net to review your benefits. If your employer offers the Health Net Seniority Plus Group Retiree Plan, contact your benefits administrator to enroll.
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