A booklet by the Social Security Administration that provides basic information about Medicare, who is eligible to receive benefits and some of the options you have when it comes to choosing Medicare coverage.
A guide by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that provides a summary of Medicare benefits, coverage decisions, rights and protections. It also includes a list of the most frequently asked questions about Medicare.
This website is designed to assist Iowans who are interested in applying for Medicaid or who already receive Medicaid benefits. It includes a list of all Medicaid programs, a resource page and a contact directory.
As the official U.S. government website for Medicare, this site offers information, guides, calculators and other resources to help you understand Medicare, determine your eligibility, compare health and drug plans, find a health care provider and more.
The Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) is a free, confidential service of the State of Iowa Insurance Division that works with individuals and families to provide information and guidance about choosing Medicare (Parts A, B, C and D) and other health care coverage.
The federal government’s website portal to the Health Insurance Marketplace has special sections about health insurance coverage for retirees, people with Medicare, people with disabilities and military veterans.