Employer-Sponsored Medicare Plans
For employees and retirees
Many people are used to getting health insurance through an employer or group. Your employer may continue to offer coverage after you and your spouse become eligible for Medicare and enroll in Original Medicare Part A and Part B.
But Original Medicare is just basic hospital and medical coverage. Your employer may offer Medicare Advantage plans—also called Medicare Part C—or Medicare supplement insurance. These plans add benefits Medicare doesn’t cover and lower your out-of-pocket costs when you need care. The employer or group decides on which plans to offer, which determines the cost.
Help finding what you need
We have a site just for you if your Medicare plan is provided by one of the groups below. You'll find information about your health coverage, important phone numbers, links and more.
Michigan Public School Employees Retirement System
MPSERS members with Medicare coverage can see their medical and vision plan benefits, get wellness program information and read newsletters.
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Not able to get Medicare coverage through your employer or group?
You may be used to having health insurance through your employer. But now you're becoming eligible for Medicare. If your employer or group won't be sponsoring your Medicare plan, you'll have to shop on your own. We can help you find the right plan. Start by learning about Medicare before you buy in Medicare 101. Ready to shop? Browse our plans.
If you currently get your health insurance through an employer or group and you're becoming eligible for Medicare, we have help just for you.