9 Questions to Ask Before Enrolling in Medicare
November 28, 2016 | by The Polyclinic


Looking to enroll in a Medicare plan? Educate and prepare yourself by asking these questions.

  • Will my doctors accept the coverage?
  • Will I have to choose hospital and healthcare providers from a network?
  • Will I need referrals to visit specialists?
  • Will the plan cover me if I get sick while traveling in another state?
  • Talk with a Medicare specialist.

    A Medicare specialist can help you with these questions. The Polyclinic works with Connexion Insurance Solutions to offer patients complimentary benefits advice. Call the Connexion Medicare Information Line (1-877-217-3279) or email (MAQuestions@ConnexionInsurance.com) for an appointment to discuss your questions and review your options.

  • What will my prescription drugs cost?
  • Are my drugs on the plan’s drug list (or formulary)?
  • Does the plan include the pharmacies I currently use?
  • Can I get my prescriptions through the mail?
  • Does the plan have a good quality rating?

When can I start?

Start six months before age 65. Explore the ABCD’s of Medicare (Parts A and B, Part C, Part D and Medigap). To get you quickly up to speed, the Polyclinic hosts Medicare 101 Workshops taught by Connexion’s certified Medicare Specialists. View times and RSVP for a workshop today.

Sam Strok, Connexion Medicare Producer

Reference: Medicare.gov




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