Medicare.gov: the official U.S. government site for Medicare

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Medicare enrolment application form (3101)

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Medicare Application Information

There is a special circumstances enrollment period for those who are signing up late because they were already covered by employer paid coverage during their “Initial Enrollment Period.” The special circumstance enrollment is called “Special Enrollment Period” (SEP) and gives you a window of eight months to get signed up. This window begins the month after your employment ended or group insurance ends (whichever ended first). There typically is no increased premium for your late enrollment because you actually had coverage through your employer during your IEP.
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Medicare Card Information

It is very important to note that your Medicare card should be carefully guarded. Just as you would protect a credit card or your Social Security card, you should guard your Medicare card in the same fashion, as it contains sensitive information. In the wrong hands, such information as your name, signature and Social Security number could be copied or stolen. It could then be used to steal your identity (identity theft) or commit Medicare fraud. Therefore, only provide your Medicare card or information to hospitals and your direct health care providers.
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