UPDATED – October 30, 2017: Medicare enrollment period is a great time to review current medicare advantage plan or supplemental insurance plan, learn and compare a high-quality Medicare Plans with 4-stars and 5-stars. Visit the Medicare official website to compare advantage plans with the Medicare Plan finder. We are in no way affiliated with MyMedicare.gov or CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services), see below for My Medicare login access.
To access your Medicare.gov login, visit the homepage at www.mymedicare.gov. The site can also be accessed from the CMS Medicare website by clicking on “MyMedicare.gov Login” in the top right corner of the page.
— Look for the area labeled Secure Sign In
— Enter your username and password
— Click the Sign In button to your access your medicare account
Create your MyMedicare.gov Account
To create a My Medicare.gov login, click “Create an Account” at www.mymedicare.gov
You will be asked to select your effective date for Medicare Part D and provide your my Medicare Number. To find your ID number, see your Medicare card and locate the nine-digit number listed under the beneficiary name.
Once complete, you will receive a confirmation email. A letter confirming your MyMedicare login will be sent to your address on file with the Social Security Administration.
Medicare Insurance Plan Finder – 4-star & 5-star Medicare Advantage Plans
Aetna Medicare – aetnamedicare.com
United Healthcare Medicare Solutions – uhcmedicaresolutions.com
Cigna HealthSpring Medicare – cignahealthspring.com
First Health Part D from Coventry – coventry-medicare.com
AARP MedicareComplete – aarpmedicareplans.com
Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program – fepblue.org/medicare
Kaiser Permanente Medicare (kp.org) – medicare.kaiserpermanente.org
Compare Medicare Benefits & Costs at MyMedicare.gov
There are many additional partners available to provide additional health coverage to Seniors and those eligible for Medicare, including health insurance Medicare Advantage Plans, Supplemental Insurance, Medicare Prescription Drug Plans and lastly, Special Needs Plans. To learn more about available insurance plans and compare costs of medicare coverage in your area, visit the healthcare marketplace at healthcare.gov or click below to see what insurance plans are available in your state.
Features of your Medicare.gov Login
Managing your healthcare coverage is simple with access to a variety of features available at www.mymedicare.gov, including…
My Health – From the MyHealth section, you can view, manage and share your medical history with your provider and download a digital copy of your medical records via the Blue Button.
Claims & Appeals – View claims information and the status of your Medicare Part A and B claims. Request duplicate copies or go paperless for your Medicare Summary Notices (MSNs)
Compare Plans & Review your Coverage – Review what health services are covered under your current medicare plan (Original Medicare, Medicare Advantage (HMO or PPO) or Prescription Drug Plan) and compare with alternate Medicare provider plans. This can include what medical exams, tests, prescription drugs, hospitals and doctors are covered.
MyMedicare sign in provides access to review your current coverage and learn about medicare enrollment and eligibility. The online portal is a free, secure service to manage medicare benefits and services. Beneficiaries can access their mymedicare.gov account to review their current plan, prescription drug coverage, compare marketplace health insurance options and more.
Need assistance with your account? Contact the Medicare.gov Helpline
If you have are having issues with your My Medicare sign in, have forgotten your username or password – Contact Medicare Helpline technical support by calling 1-877-607-9663
Medicare Phone Number and Contact Information
Live Chat is available on www.mymedicare.gov
7500 Security Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21244
NOTE: We are not affiliated with Medicare.gov or www.MyMedicare.gov, and you should NOT contact us with any sensitive information that is of a personal nature. We are merely a resource that provides information.