Medicare beneficiaries and people who will soon be eligible for Medicare are invited to learn how Medicare Advantage plans offered by Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., can help them afford and receive high quality health care and services.
Medicare beneficiaries can sign up for in-person and online seminars and appointments this fall to learn about Security’s Medicare Advantage plans available throughout Wisconsin. Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period from October 15 through December 7 is the only time most Medicare beneficiaries can change the way they receive their benefits.
Security’s Medicare Advantage HMO-POS plans provide rich benefits that include:
- Medical and prescription drug coverage with monthly premiums as low as $0.
- $0 office visit copay to see your primary care physician.
- Free membership in SilverSneakers® including access to hundreds of fitness center locations, an online fitness app, more than 200 online workout videos and full-length live classes and workshops, all geared for seniors.
- Low insulin costs at no more than $35 for a 1-month supply.
- Freedom to see any Medicare provider and pay the same costs for Medicare-covered services in and out of network, anywhere in the United States.
- Reduced copays on generic prescription drugs and up to $120 in free over-the-counter health products each year.
- Preventive dental, hearing and vision coverage with reduced costs for hearing aids and eyeglasses, plus an optional comprehensive dental plan.
Security also offers a plan for individuals who have both Medicare and Medicaid and a Medicare medical savings account plan. Unique features of all options will appeal to Medicare beneficiaries based on their budget and lifestyle choices.
The seminars will last about 90 minutes, including time to answer questions. Security Health Plan representatives will discuss the advantages of each Medicare plan type and explain when people are allowed to enroll, what is and is not covered, and what charges they will incur.
To register for a seminar, appointment or to learn at your own convenience, go to www.securityhealth.org/