Over the past two decades a phenomenon in retirement planning has become more and more apparent in our region: Individuals are postponing retirement (if they retire at all) till well past age 65 – the normal entry year into the Medicare system. The result raises several important issues regarding the coordination of employer provided health care benefits and the Medicare system. This medicare symposium, Transitioning into Medicare: Coordinating Medicare Coverage with Employer Provided Health Care Benefits was held on Friday April 17th in the Alcoa Room at Pitt Law. This symposium was presented by the Allegheny County APPRISE program in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
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