Educational Videos for Medicare Outreach

Videos can be an interesting and useful tool for reaching your audience and sharing important information. They can be used to spread the word about the assistance you provide, and help people begin to learn about Medicare even before they meet with you. Consider sharing them through links:
• from your agency website
• in emails to callers who are interested in Medicare information
• with community partners who serve your target audience.

"Welcome to Medicare" Series from the Wisconsin State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP).

Share all or any part of the educational series below to help consumers learn about Medicare. Presented by Debbie Bisswurm, GWAAR Medicare Outreach Coordinator. Download the Welcome to Medicare series Powerpoint to print and share with your audience.

Please note: Adobe Flash Player is required to play these videos.

Part 1: Enrollment In Medicare

Part 2: Medicare Basics

Part 3: Your Coverage Choices; Original Medicare, Medigap Insurance

Part 4: Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C); Other Types of Coverage

Part 5: Medicare Part D; SeniorCare; Annual Open Enrollment Period

Part 6: Help for People with Limited Income; Protect Yourself and Prevent Fraud; Review and Resources

Other Videos

The videos below from SHIP National Technical Assistance (TA) Center and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) provide more tools to help consumers.

Wisconsin SHIP Information for Beneficiaries: Advertise SHIP counseling services with this video from the SHIP TA Center. Wisconsin-specific contact information is provided at the end of the video.

CMS Medicare & You: Understanding Your Medicare Choices: Provide basic information for consumers about their Medicare options with this CMS video.

Create a MyMedicare Account: Help consumers learn how to create a MyMedicare account by sharing the following video.

How to Use the Medicare Plan Finder: The following video demonstrates using the Medicare Plan Finder. Share the video with consumers interested in doing their own plan comparisons.