Working past 65
Even if you are not ready to retire and have coverage through your employer, you still need to think about Medicare.
If you or your spouse are still working and have health insurance through your job the size of your employer will determine whether or not you should enroll in Part B. If your employer has 20 or more employees, there’s no need to sign up. Your employer’s plan will remain your primary coverage. If your company has less than 20 employees, you should enroll in Medicare Part B, because it will become your primary insurer.
It’s important to understand how the coverage you get on the job works with Medicare. Talk to your employer when you become eligible for Medicare.
When you do eventually retire or leave work, you'll be able to sign up for Part B, without incurring a late penalty, during an eight-month Special Enrollment Period.
You should sign up for Medicare Part AThere’s no reason not to enroll in Medicare Part A during your Initial Enrollment Period. If you paid Medicare taxes while working, it’s available to you with no monthly premium.
What does Medicare cover?
Here’s how to enroll in a Geisinger Gold Medicare Advantage plan
Y0032_17116_1 CMS Approved 5/22/17