Retiree Health Insurance

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Your new Medicare card is coming soon

Keep an eye on your mailbox — we’re starting to mail new Medicare cards in your state!

Now that card mailings have started in your state, it’ll take at least a month to finish. So you might get your new Medicare card at a different time than friends or neighbors in your area.

One tip: if you have a MyMedicare.gov account, you can sign in and see when your new card has been mailed. Don’t have a MyMedicare.govaccount yet? It’s easy to sign up — just visit MyMedicare.gov. It’s a free, secure way for you to access your personal Medicare-related information.

                        New Medicare Card

Wondering what’s new? The new cards are still paper, but they look a little different. The biggest change is that your new card will have a new Medicare Number that’s unique to you, instead of a Social Security Number. This will help protect your identity. Though you’ll have a new card, rest assured your Medicare coverage and benefits will stay the same.

Sincerely,

The Medicare Team



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All rates for Retirees are on the same Rate Sheet however you will have to select the correct side-by-side comparison for your situation.  Retirees on Medicare and Medicare Supplement Plans with a November Open Enrollment select the Senior Plan Comparison and Retirees who are non-Medicare Eligible or under 65 select the Health Plan Comparison

Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 32B, Section 18A states "The government unit may, from time to time, request from a retiree, a retiree's spouse or a retiree's dependent, proof certified by the federal government of eligibility or ineligibility for Medicare Part A and Part B coverage."


M.G.L., Section 26 states "An appropriate public authority of a political subdivision which has undertaken to provide health insurance coverage to its subscribers under this chapter shall conduct an enrollment audit not less than every 2 years."

Requests to Enter the Town's Plan for Retirees/Spouses not currently covered