PrimeWise If you're age 50 or older, you may have noticed that too many programs for "older adults" are designed to take care of you, instead of helping you to take care of yourself. They just don't seem to do much for active, energetic people who like to make the most of every minute. PrimeWise is different. Find a Location Find a Doctor PrimeWise Menu Weather Cancellation Policy Membership and Benefits Health Insurance Exchange Insurance Carriers PrimeWise Update PrimeWise Resources Medicare Resources Discount Directory Linking Adults 50+ to Health and Wellness! If you’re age 50 or older, you may have noticed that too many programs for “older adults” are designed to take care of you, instead of helping you to take care of yourself. They just don’t seem to do much for active, energetic people who like to make the most of every minute. PrimeWise is different. PrimeWise isn’t a club. There are no “meetings” to attend. Just lots of benefits and services for you to choose from. PrimeWise is a network of valuable services designed by St. Elizabeth Healthcare specifically for people over 50. It’s not an insurance plan. There are no premiums. And it doesn’t cost you a penny to join. Joining PrimeWise can save you time and unnecessary hassles. We offer access to information and programs as well as special discounts to help keep you healthy and going strong. No Cost, High Reward For more information on how to become a PrimeWise member, please contact us at (859) 301-5999. Remember, PrimeWise is not an insurance or HMO, but a free service offered to Northern Kentucky residents ages 50 and older. JOIN TODAY/LOG IN TO UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION Upcoming Event National Family Caregiver Support Program presents the annual Family Caregiver Training & Appreciation Event When: Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Where: The Gardens of Park Hills Please RSVP no later than October 31, 2018. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Medicare Cards New Medicare cards offer greater protection to more than 57.7 million Americans The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is readying a fraud prevention initiative that removes Social Security numbers from Medicare cards to help combat identity theft, and safeguard taxpayer dollars. The new cards will use a unique, randomly-assigned number called a Medicare Beneficiary Identifier (MBI), to replace the Social Security-based Health Insurance Claim Number (HICN) currently used on the Medicare card. CMS will begin mailing new cards in April 2018 and will meet the congressional deadline for replacing all Medicare cards by April 2019. Warning about a scam and the new Medicare card – Medicare or Social Security will never ask for money to get your Medicare Cards earlier than April 2019.