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As you become eligible for Medicare, you have options for your health insurance coverage. R&R Insurance Services has a dedicated Medicare Division that can help determine which plan is best for you.

The months leading up to your Medicare eligibility can be particularly overwhelming as many insurance companies will begin sending you mailings about the plans that they offer.

There are several parts of Medicare that can be difficult to understand and certain timelines you need to be aware of to avoid future financial penalties.

Call Liz today for a free Medicare consultation:

Liz Johnson, MBA
Medicare Benefits Specialist
Email or Phone: 262-696-5077


Navigating Medicare Roadmap

As the marketing information comes pouring in to your mailbox, you may have many questions. Here is a helpful tool that can help you determine your next steps. Everyone’s situation is unique, and the R&R Medicare Department is here to guide you through your next adventure. 

Medicare Checklist

Overwhelmed by everything you need to do about your Medicare enrollment? Don’t be! Download this Medicare Checklist that guides you through exactly what you should be doing and when! Click on the video camera icons to watch informational videos by R&R’s own Medicare Benefits Specialist, Liz Johnson.

Download Checklist

Medicare Choices

Did you know that you have coverage options for your Medicare coverage? This piece walks someone through the different parts of Medicare and the additional coverage options that are available.


The first step would be to enroll in both Medicare A&B, which is done through the federal government. To enroll in Medicare, you can either contact your local Social Security Office or complete your enrollment online.


Once you are enrolled in both Medicare A&B, the R&R Medicare Department can sit down with you to review your options for other coverage and explain the differences between Medicare Supplement policies and Medicare Advantage plans.

R&R’s talented team of experts can assist you with:

  • Understanding the “Alphabet Soup” of Medicare
  • Reviewing your option of enrolling into Medicare or remaining on your employer’s plan
  • Explaining the difference between traditional
  • Medicare and Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans
  • Evaluating your Medicare Part D (prescription drug) coverage option
  • Understanding your requirement to enroll in Medicare
  • Part B if you work for a small employer

When comparing Medicare options, it is important to also consider:

  • The group plan deductible and out of pocket maximums
  • The group plan premium
  • Whether you are covering any dependents on the group health plan

Liz-Johnson_Featured-ImageIf you would like to evaluate your Medicare options, or know someone who does, contact R&R’s own Medicare Benefits Specialist, Liz Johnson, for a complimentary consultation.


We do not offer every plan available in your area.  Any information that we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all of your options. 

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