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Medicare Questions?

2022 Medicare Part D Assistance

We Are Here To Help

Assistance provided by SHICK (Senior Health Insurance Counseling for Kansas) through ECKAAA (East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging).

  • FREE & Unbiased Part D Plan Comparison
  • Appointments will maintain 6ft Social Distance
  • Masks Required
  • Register before October 20th for the October 25th appointments
    Register before October 31st for the November 4th appointments
    links below to appointment days or call 913-837-2217
    Due to COVID restrictions we require early registration.  Appointments will be scheduled (specific times) after the registration deadline.
  • 1 Appointment per Person
    Couples please register separately
  • Download the Worksheet or Pick It Up at the Louisburg Library
  • Mail the Worksheet as Soon as Possible to the address highlighted at the top of the form.  If you are uncomfortable about mailing your form, ask library staff for other options.

Monday, October 25  |  10 am - 5 pm

Thursday, November 4  |  10 am - 5 pm
Please bring your Medicare card, your MyMedicare.gov username and password and a list of your current medications with you to your appointment.

 

Medicare 2020 FB event

More Information

The Medicare Open Enrollment period runs October 15 to December 7 each year.  Plans are allowed to change their cost and coverage rules from year to year, so it is important to read the Annual Notice of Change received each year to see if there are any changes that affect you.  Medicare beneficiaries may compare plans and make changes in their drug plan (Part D) or Medicare Advantage plan during this open enrollment period.  Those changes will take effect on January 1.

Plan changes may affect your monthly premium, deductible, out of pocket maximum, drug co-pays and your pharmacy, doctor or hospital choices.  It is important that you review your plan options each year during open enrollment.

MyMedicare.gov Personal Account
You will need to create a MyMedicare.gov personal account before we are able to do your plan comparisons. For information on how to create your account, click create your MyMedicare.gov personal account.

NOTE:  If you have already created an account you do not need to create a new one.

Download: 2022_Medicare_Part_D_ Form1.pdf