If you know anything about Medicare, then you are probably aware of the fact that there are choices to be made when it comes to selecting a plan that works for you. There’s a good chance that you, like many retirees, will rely on Medicare to help cover your medical costs in retirement, so you will want to know what your options are. If you are near retirement, you’re probably familiar with terms such as “Part B” or “Part D Prescription Coverage” already and, thus, know that you will have to make some decisions about your coverage. This means researching the plans that are offered and understanding what the advantages and disadvantages are to each choice. You will want to see what each option covers and doesn’t cover. Such things to pay attention to is whether a choice allows you options when it comes to choosing a doctor, whether certain treatments are covered, and what potential gaps in coverage may exist. Regardless of what option you choose for Medicare, keep in mind that Medicare changes fairly regularly, so you will want to review your coverage each time you enroll (most likely yearly). I understand that choosing a proper Medicare plan can be a bit overwhelming, however, it’s something you may have to do because you will need medical insurance in retirement. The good news is that there are lots of resources online that can help you break down the coverage options and which you can use to educate yourself about what your options are.