Medicare Education

ICP’s Medicare Educators are here for you and your patients throughout the year.

Patients, providers, practice staff, and employees can call or email ICP’s Medicare Educators for answers to Medicare-related questions on topics such as:

  • Medicare enrollment periods
  • Medicare plan options
  • Prescription drug coverage
  • The difference between Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Supplement plans
  • How Medicare works with other coverage

Programs and services include:

  • Free Medicare 101 seminars
  • Special programs and community events for seniors and their families
  • Informational resources and educational material
  • Individual and group consultations
  • HHC practice training
  • Practice visits to introduce the Medicare Educator role and provide personalized education
  • In-office Medicare education for practices, providers, and patients, including individual consultations

Educational Events

Medicare 101 Webinars (Practices)

These educational webinars are tailored to fit the needs of practice staff and provide an overview of:

  • What Medicare is and how it works
  • The different parts of Medicare
  • Medicare options
  • Medicare Enrollment Periods

Medicare 101 Seminars (Patients)

Medicare 101: Understanding Your Options is a free educational seminar where you and your patients can learn more about:

  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Medicare Supplement Plans
  • Prescription Drug Coverage

For a list of Medicare 101 events near you, visit or call 1.855.HHC.HERE (1.855.442.4373) to register.

Contact ICP's Medicare Educator: 860.972.9030 or


eHealth, an independent Medicare insurance advisor in partnership with Hartford HealthCare, can help you find a Medicare plan in your area. Our co-branded website currently has helpful tools available such as doctor finder, drug formulary, end-to-end enrollment, as well as access to the dedicated call center.

eHealth Resource

Customer service line for Hartford HealthCare patients: 1-855-419-5324

Helpful resources to help you and your patients understand Medicare:

Integrated Care Partners