Whether you're eligible for Medicare coverage now or will be soon, Prevea360 Medicare Advantage provided by Dean Health Plan is here to help you understand your Medicare coverage options.
Our easy-to-understand guide outlines Medicare basics and helps you understand your options.
Our events are a great way to learn more about your Medicare options and get answers to your questions.
Our one-to-one appointments offer a personalized approach to help you select the plan that is right for you.
Want to learn more about Prevea360 Medicare Advantage plan options? View our 2021 plan guide.
If you are new to Medicare or qualify for special enrollment, you can enroll in a Prevea360 Medicare Advantage plan online.
Questions about your qualifications? Contact Prevea360 Medicare Advantage Sales Support at 1-877-234-0126 (TTY: 711). For more information about Medicare eligibility and enrollment policies and limitations, visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).
You are Medicare-eligible if you are a legal U.S. resident and one of the following applies to you:
Original Medicare is administered by the federal government. Once you decide to join Medicare, you have a few different options. The federal government refers to these Medicare benefits and options as Parts A, B, C and D. No matter which option you choose, the first step is the same: Enroll in Original Medicare, also known as Parts A and B.
Original Medicare doesn't cover everything. Many Medicare recipients choose to buy additional plans from private insurance companies such as Prevea360 Medicare Advantage for alternative coverage options and to spend less out-of-pocket.
This is the seven-month period during which you can enroll in Medicare for the first time often when you turn 65 or leave an employer-based plan when retiring after age 65. If you are enrolling for the first time due to disability, your IEP timing is based on your disability date.
You can make changes to your medical and prescription drug coverage every year from Oct. 15–Dec. 7. Your changes are effective Jan. 1 of the following year.
Each year, from Jan. 1 – March 31 you can switch from a Medicare Advantage plan to another Medicare Advantage plan, or cancel your Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare.
This is a period when Medicare recipients may change medical and prescription drug coverage outside of AEP, if they meet certain requirements and have a qualifying event, such as moving to a new service area or leaving an employer-based plan. Learn more about SEP.
If you live outside of Wisconsin and are looking for contact information, or the agency you are looking for is not listed, see the government Medicare site.
|Agency name||Can answer your question about||Contact information|
|1-800-Medicare||1-800-Medicare||General Medicare and health plan information, ordering Medicare booklets||Toll Free: 800-633-4227|
24 hours a day/7 days a week
|CMS RO Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Regional Office||CMS, Chicago Regional Office||Information on local seminars and health fairs on Medicare health plan choices or to report a complaint directly to CMS||Toll free: 312-353-7180|
|Railroad Retirement Board (For Railroad Retirement beneficiaries only)||Railroad Retirement Board (RRB)||RRB benefits, lost RRB Medicare card, address change and enrolling in Medicare||Toll free: 877-772-5772|
|State Health Insurance Assistance Program||Wisconsin - SHIP||Medigap policies, long-term care insurance, Medicare health plan choices, Medicare rights and protections and help with filing an appeal||Toll free: 800-242-1060|
|Social Security Administration||Social Security Administration (SSA)||Address changes, Medicare Part A or Part B, lost Medicare card and Social Security benefits||Toll free: 800-772-1213|
|State Department of Insurance||Office of the Commissioner of Insurance of Wisconsin||Medigap policies available in my area and insurance questions||Toll free: 800-236-8517|