UPDATED – June 2, 2017: MyMedicare.gov website is a secure, free website gives you access to personalized information regarding your Medicare benefits and services, including your Part A and Part B claims information. If you have prescription drug plans, Medicare Advantage, or any other plans, these benefits can be viewed using My Medicare. We are in no way affiliated with My Medicare.gov, continue reading for login access.
My Medicare.gov Login
A MyMedicare.gov account lets you access the Medicare official website at mymedicare.gov. To begin managing your healthcare benefits and keep medicare costs low…
— Visit www.mymedicare.gov in your web browser
— under the section labeled ‘Secure Sign In’
— enter your username and password and click ‘Sign In’
Explore your Medicare Eligibility & Enrollment Options
The affordable care act and Medicare.gov help you to get more preventative services without paying Medicare Part B coinsurance or deductible. This means you can save money on name brand drugs, your doctor can also get more resources to support care coordination, and you are assured that funding will be available to help you save on coinsurance and premiums.
Medicare is funded through two trust accounts held by the U.S. Treasury: the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, which pays for Medicare Part A, inpatient hospital care, skilled nursing facility care, home healthcare, hospice care, and combating fraud and abuse, and the Supplementary Income Trust Fund, paying for Medicare Part B outpatient health care and Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage.
Kaiser Permanente Medicare (kp.org) – medicare.kaiserpermanente.org
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Solutions – uhcmedicaresolutions.com Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program – fepblue.org/medicare
Aetna Medicare Coverage – aetnamedicare.com
Cigna HealthSpring Medicare – cignahealthspring.com
MyMedicare.gov First Time Sign In
To register for a MyMedicare.gov Create Account, start by having your Medicare ID number on hand. You will also be asked for your last name, gender, birth date, zip code, and effective date for your Part A or Part B claims.
— Go to mymedicare.gov, “Create an Account”
— Enter your my Medicare ID number & info
— Verify your current mailing address is on file
— Create your username and password.
— Enter your email address & Choose a security question and answer, in case you ever forget your username or password.
You now are registered for a My Medicare login. Click the “MyMedicare.gov Home” link at the bottom of this final screen to sign in to your account. Check your email for a confirmation message. Also, expect a letter from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Once you sign in for the first time, you can fill out the Initial my Medicare Enrollment Questionnaire.
With My Medicare login, you have the option to receive your Medicare Summary Notices (MSNs) electronically by going paperless and you can also order duplicate MSNs. You have the option to create “On The Go” health information to share with your providers. You can view and manage your drug list and pharmacy information.
Need assistance with your My Medicare.gov my Account?
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
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Baltimore, MD 21244-1850