Medicare enrollment is too important to take guidance from just anyone.
Get to know the brains behind i65®
When it comes to deciphering the complexities of Medicare regulations and translating them into easy-to-understand concepts, very few people can hold a candle to the woman behind i65 — Medicare expert, Diane J. Omdahl, RN, MS.
- Sept. 24-26, 2018: Bob Veres' Insiders Forum, San Diego, CA
- Oct. 15-18, 2018: NAPFA Fall Conference, Philadelphia, PA
- Oct. 29-30, 2018: FPA Wisconsin Financial Planning Symposium, Elkhart Lake, WI
- April 3, 2018
CBS MoneyWatch:"Your most important Medicare decision"
- March 29, 2018
CBS MoneyWatch:"Medicare is a maze -- here’s where to get help"
- February 27, 2018
Kiplinger: "7 Ways to Maximize Medicare Benefits"
- February 26, 2018
USA Today: "Don't make these common, costly Medicare mistakes"
Other Notable Mentions:
- Bob Veres' Inside Information: "Medicare Planning in a Box"
For more than 35 years, Diane has kept tabs on the ever-changing landscape of Medicare regulations. As a registered nurse, she launched her first company in the basement of her home and proceeded to grow it into the leading provider of Medicare-related training, guidance and education for the nation's home healthcare agencies.
Over the years, Diane has delivered more than 400 Medicare-related audio conferences and 100 in-depth, two-day seminars, making her a very experienced and highly-rated speaker.
In 2012, Diane founded 65 Incorporated to provide the nation's seniors, along with their families, trusted advisors and employers, with unbiased, individualized Medicare enrollment guidance through fee-for-service, one-on-one consultations. 65 Incorporated, like i65, is NOT affiliated with the sale of Medicare insurance products in anyway, thus giving clients a peace of mind that the recommendations being made are always in their best interest. Through her work, Diane's been featured in publications such as Forbes, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal Market Watch, CBS MoneyWatch, Kiplinger, American Journal of Nursing, and many more. She's also been a advisory counsel member for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).