Ed Sandrick: October 18, 2017



Medicare Annual Election Period Has Begun; Learn How to Start Your Journey to Better Health with Your Medicare Health and Prescription Plan

Ed Sandrick

Humana Leader of Veterans Initiative


The Medicare annual election period is important for everyone, including our veterans.  Even if a Veteran has VA health care benefits, adding Medicare Advantage may provide access to more health care providers and could make medical treatment, equipment and prescriptions more affordable. This year’s Medicare annual enrollment period lasts from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. The first step in selecting the right Medicare plan is reviewing your current health needs, outlining your health goals and considering what health care needs you may have in the immediate future. This will help you identify whether your current plan still meets your needs in 2018.

On Wednesday, October 18th Ed Sandrick will offer Veterans details about choosing the right plan this enrollment season. He will also share insight for all consumers, revealing their health concerns, activity levels, approaches for choosing Medicare plans and more.

For more information please visit: www.humana-Medicare.com  and www.Medicare.gov



Ed Sandrick is the director of the Veteran Channel, Humana Strategic Alliances, and has been with Humana for 17 years.  Ed is also the point person for Humana’s national veteran service organization partners, The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and American Veterans (AMVETS). Ed leads a team that is focused on developing and implementing Veteran outreach activities at the state and local level, primarily with and through Humana’s Retail organization.

Ed’s career in health care began at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago after obtaining his master’s degree in Health Systems Management from Rush University. Since then, Ed has held a variety of senior management positions in both hospital administration and managed care. Ed served on active duty as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps from 1970 to 1979.  He retired from the Marine Corps Reserve in 2000, attaining the rank of colonel. Ed lives in Naperville, Illinois and is married to Marcia Sandrick. They have six children and three grandchildren.


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