Medicare in 12 Questions Webinar offered June 27 to NCRO Members

Dear NCRO Member

As a member of the NCRO, you are invited to participate in the web-based seminar (a “webinar”) titled “MEDICARE IN TWELVE QUESTIONS” presented by Double Health USA, an organization based in Michigan and providing Medicare decision related information to NCRO members and others nationwide.    The Webinar presentation will be about 45 minutes, and will allow at least 15 minutes of questions, following the presentation. You can leave the webinar at any time. Please also note that this is strictly an educational session, so that no particular insurance companies or plans will be discussed.

What is the purpose of the Webinar?   The Webinar is designed to 

1) Provide a basic understanding of all the major parts of Medicare

2) Provide an understanding of the three most common Medicare and Medicare Insurance Plan options that most Retirees will select.

3) Provide the strong points and possible Issues with each of the three most common Medicare and Medicare Insurance Plan options.

4) Provide a basic understanding of how to select the best Medicare plan options for you.

Where is the Webinar?

The Webinar is wherever you have access to a computer and internet. If you don’t have access to a computer and/or internet you can still participate by dialing in on the conference call line and following the power point which you can download or request.

The webinar offered to NCRO members is on Monday            06/27/16        10 am EDT

How do I sign up for a Webinar? Please call 1-866-600-7083 (toll free) or 1-313-378-9900 or email dkee@doublehealthusa.com or dkee3@ameritech.net

Click here for additional information from DoubleHealthUSA or copy and paste https://ncro.org/doublehealth-medicare-webinars/ into your web browser.

DHUSA will send you a confirmation and detailed information on how to connect and participate in the Webinar.

If Webinars are new to you, DHUSA suggests that you contact them at least a day before June 27.

Your NCRO Insurance Committee