As more and more employees opt to work past the age of 65, employers may find themselves increasingly fielding questions about Medicare coverage from eligible workers.

More than half of employees who continue to work after age 65 said having access to their employer’s health care benefit is a significant reason, according to a survey by Medicare advisory firm Allsup. In addition, the survey found about four in 10 employees working past age 65 don’t fully understand their Medicare options.

The Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) recently hosted a webinar, sponsored by Allsup, titled “Understanding the healthcare perspective of Medicare aged workers” to address some of the common questions benefits professionals might encounter from employees approaching retirement age.

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