Medicare Made Clear Helps Make Medicare Easier to Understand
Medicare Made Clear is an educational program from UnitedHealthcare® designed to help you learn all you need to know about Medicare so you can make informed decisions about your health and Medicare coverage.
Dedicated to making Medicare simple to understand, Medicare Made Clear provides educational information and resources to help you make informed and confident decisions. Whether choosing Medicare coverage for you or a loved one, finding the right path shouldn’t be hard.
We're here to help you understand the Medicare basics, learn about eligibility and enrollment, get to know your Medicare coverage options and provide helpful videos, guides, tips and more along the way.
Medicare guides and worksheets
Make learning about Medicare and shopping for coverage easier whether it’s your first time, or you’re considering your options during the Annual Enrollment Period or other special election period. These helpful guides and checklists can be filled out online, downloaded to your computer or printed for easy reference as you learn about Medicare and shop for coverage.
Eligible for Medicare? This guide will help you understand your options and feel confident about choosing coverage that fits your needs.
This guide will provide quick tips to help you make decisions about your Medicare coverage.
Planning to work past 65? Use this guide for important tips and quick answers to some commonly asked questions about what to do about Medicare when working past 65.
An “at-a-glance” summary of Medicare Parts A, B, C, & D and tips on choosing the coverage that fits your needs.
Get a head start on understanding Medicare, your Medicare coverage options and enrollment timeline so you can make an informed, confident decision when the time comes.
It’s important to review your Medicare coverage every year. Use this quick checklist to prepare for the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), October 15 – December.
Enrolling in Medicare for the first time? Use this worksheet to help you figure out which type of Medicare plan might be right for you and to compare plans in your area side-by-side.
See how well your current Medicare coverage is working for you and where the gaps might be. Our easy-to-use checklist may help you decide if you should change your Medicare plan during the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), October 15 – December 7.