Medicare’s Open Enrollment for 2017.
If you are eligible for Medicare this is what you need to do.
Switch plans if needed, and carefully examine what options are available for the upcoming open enrollment period.
The majority of people enrolled in Medicare each year during open enrollment will not take the time to carefully examine his or her options and they do not switch to a better plan. It pays to shop early and compare quotes.
Medicare Open Enrollment 2016 is over.
You can get quotes and shop around for Medicare Supplement Plans (Medigap) all year.
Make sure you see all the plans in your area. Plans will vary between companies. It pays to shop around early.
to speak with a licensed Medigap Plan insurance professional who can help you select a plan that fits you – at a premium you can afford.
Or visit Medigap Plans to learn more about Medicare Plans for 2017.
Enrollment in the health insurance system, which is administered by the federal government continues to increase , 54 million people in 2013, the options, which they are presented with tend to remain complicated. The options will include Medigap insurance plans, Part D prescription drug benefit plans, original, individual Medicare Advantage, or Medicare plans.
However, confusion is widespread and frustration keeps several people from changing their plans, each year, despite the fact that key aspect of his or her plans could change.
During this years open-enrollment period, which begins October 15th and ends December 7th most people who are 65 and older is predicted to stay with their current plans, just as they have done in previous years.
Medicare experts agree, that seniors who do not switch their plan are left on the hook for otherwise avoidable health expenses when he or she learn that their preferred prescription drugs, healthcare providers, and hospitals are not covered under their current Medicare plans.