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

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How do I get Part A & Part B?

When you enroll in Medicare based on ESRD and you’re on dialysis, Medicare coverage usually starts on the first day of the fourth month of your dialysis treatments. This waiting period will start even if you haven’t signed up for Medicare. For example, if you don’t sign up until after you’ve met all the requirements, your coverage could begin up to 12 months before the month you apply.
Source: medicare.gov

Medica Medicare Enrollment

If you have questions or need enrollment information in another language or a format (like Braille), please call a Medicare consultant at 952-992-2345 or toll free at 1-800-906-5432 (TTY: 711), 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Central, seven days a week. Access to representatives may be limited at times.
Source: medica.com

Medicare Advantage Enrollment Forms

Forms and Documents Change Plan Forms Pharmacy Forms Payment Forms Enrollment Forms Claim Forms Appointment of Representative Form Drug Lists and Formularies Provider Directories Summary of Benefits Service Area Maps Low-Income Subsidy Premium Charts Evidence of Coverage Health Plan Ratings
Source: bcbsm.com

Medicare Enrollment Application Information

Providers who are enrolled in Medicare but have not yet established a record in PECOS may be required to submit an Initial Enrollment application to establish a record in PECOS. If the reason for the application submittal is to change the information on the existing Medicare enrollment, and is not for the purpose of adding a practice location, then the Provider is not required to pay the application fee.
Source: hhs.gov

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