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Next year I turned 65 and join hordes of other baby-boomers in this country whose health insurance will be turned to Medicare operated by the federal government.  

How do you prepare yourself for the change.  I know there are four parts to Medicare and there are a smorgasbord of details.  

I've been reasonably healthy and have only one chronic condition, glaucoma where I take an assortment of eyedrops to manage the pressure in my eyes.  

I'm starting to gather links to educate myself.  Here's one from California Health Advocates which gives some basic facts.  Does anybody have others that might be helpful?

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