Look up websites for Medicare and health insurance.
Examine your existing healthcare strategy.
Learn about the Medicare Star Ratings.
Attend community gatherings to learn more about your options.
Inquire with your doctors to see whether they take Medicare.
Keep note of the medications you’re taking.
Even if you take one or two medications, it’s vital to keep track of what you’re taking. It’s a good idea to check with your doctor to see whether there are any medications you’ll need once you turn 65. It will assist you in finding plans that provide the appropriate level of prescription medication coverage for your requirements.
Enroll in Parts A and B of Medicare (Original Medicare).