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Medicare: Coverage, Costs & Open Enrollment - Part 1

Start Date:10/13/2020

Start Time:7:00 PM EDT

Duration:30 minutes


Are you thinking about enrolling in Medicare or making changes during Open Enrollment? 

Now’s the perfect time to explore your questions about this important topic. Please join us for an informative two-part Medicare webinar where we’ll discuss:

Part 1:
Questions about coverage and costs.
  • Medicare prescription drugs—which Medicare parts cover this.
  • What is and is not covered by Medicare? 
  • Enrolling in Medicare and annual open enrollment
  • What are the types of Medicare plans?
*Webinar attendees will receive a code to redeem AARP Reward points in an e-mail following the completion of the Medicare webinars on October 13 and October 20.

If you're already registered for the Medicare: Coverage, Costs & Open Enrollment - Part 1 webcast, click below:



Tricia Sandiego

Senior Advisor, Caregiving & Health


Tricia Sandiego, Senior Advisor for AARP’s Caregiving & Health team, is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) experienced in health communication and promotion and public health research and practice. Her current work focuses on strategy for educating the 50+ and their families on caregiving and healthcare through programs, online tools and resources. Prior to joining AARP, she held positions working at the National Cancer Institute and on Federal contracts for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. She has a background in health disparities and behavioral health. She holds an MHS from Johns Hopkins University, and a BA from McGill University.

Andrew Scholnick


Andrew Scholnick is a health policy professional focused on Medicare, currently representing AARP before Congress and the Administration. He has over 15 years of experience advocating on behalf of health care organizations, such as the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network and the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. His opinion and expertise has been quoted by numerous national and local media outlets, including the Washington Post, USA Today, and

Ric Young


Ric currently co-anchors the CBS19 News at 5 in Central Virginia. Previously, he was an Adjunct Professor of Broadcast Journalism at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond Virginia. The veteran journalist has won numerous awards for his on-air work, including an EMMY and Edward R. Murrow award.

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