Find the right Medicare Advantage plan for you

CHI Memorial has partnered with eHealth, an independent insurance agency, to help you compare your Medicare Advantage plan options.

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Compare Medicare plans online or call (844) 857-3145 TTY 711 to speak with a licensed insurance agent from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. EST. 

There is no cost to you to review plan options. Other than zip code, ZERO personal information to review plan options onnline or over the phone. All plans shown have CHI Memorial Medical Group doctors in their network. 

Getting ready for Medicare?

When you first become eligible for Medicare, you have an Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) that allows you to enroll in the Medicare coverage of your choice. This seven-month enrollment period starts three months before the month of your 65th birthday and ends three months after your birth month.

With the assistance of eHealth, CHI Memroial is here to help guide you through some of the important Medicare decisions you may soon be making. We invite you to seriously consider Medicare Advantage plans. These plans may offer affordable and comprehensive coverage, most plans combine your Part A (hospital insurance), Part B (medical insurance), and prescription drug coverage, and may offer dental and vision coverage all into one plan.

Failing to sign up for Medicare during your Initial Enrollment Period may mean late enrollment penalties. To learn more about Medicare’s late enrollment penalties visit

Financial Benefits to Medicare Advantage

New Research Finds Beneficiaries with Medicare Advantage Spend Less compared to other Medicare Plans*

  • Beneficiaries with Medicare Advantage typically receive better value and spend nearly 40 percent less
  • Beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Advantage can save $50,000 to $85,000 over their lifetime
  • Medicare Advantage plans provide additional, high-value services that reduce health care costs and improve outcomes

*Source: UnitedHealth Group, January 2020

New to Medicare?

To enroll in Medicare, you may need to contact Social Security directly.

It’s recommended you do this before your 65th birthday to avoid lapse in coverage and avoid any penalties for signing up late.

Upon contacting Social Security, you should receive a packet in the mail from Medicare before you turn 65.

You can enroll in Medicare online, in person at your local Social Security office, or by calling 800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778) between 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

If you are planning to retire you have a 7-month window surrounding your 65th birthday to enroll to avoid penalties; this is called your initial enrollment period.

After that, you can still enroll in Medicare, but may need to wait for a designated special/annual election period to do so, based on qualifying events such as moving, loss of coverage or opportunity to get other coverage. is a non-government website operated by eHealthInsurance Services, Inc., a licensed health insurance agency that sells Medicare products and does business as eHealth. and eHealth are not affiliated or connected with Medicare or any other government program or agency. eHealth offers plans from a number of insurance companies. 

Enrollment in a plan may be limited to certain times of the year unless you qualify for a special election/enrollment period or you are in your Medicare Initial Election Period.