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Now is your chance to lock in your Medicare plan for the 2021 open enrollment season! This is the only time of the year where you are eligible to change, renew, or update your current coverage plan, regardless of any pre-existing conditions. There are three major changes to your coverage that can occur during this period:
- If you have a Medicare Part A & B Plan, you can switch to a Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C), or vice versa.
- If you already have Medicare Part C, you can switch to a different Medicare Part C plan.
- If you have a Medicare Part A & B Plan, you can add, drop, or switch your Medicare Part D coverage.
With so many options available, navigating the insurance marketplace can be a daunting task for most consumers. Medicare Providers is here to match you with some of the top health insurance carriers in the industry, so that you can make an informed decision about a coverage plan that fits your budget and family’s needs. Request a quote today before open enrollment ends!
Here are some of the other types of plans that our partners might offer:
Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans
Sometimes called "Medigap" insurance, though some industry professionals don't like that term - which, to various degrees, cover the things traditional Medicare doesn't. They help pay for "gaps" in Original Medicare and include minimal standard coverages. They offer different enhanced coverages and are approved by each state they are offered.
Medicare Advantage Plans
An alternative to Original Medicare with any of several managed-care style plans like HMO and PPO plans that may require little or no out-of-pocket expenses every year and requre you to stay in-network for services at reduced costs and sometimes include prescription drug coverage.
Medicare Prescription Drug Plans
Helps cover the cost of prescription drugs - and supplement either Original Medicare or, in some cases, a Medicare Advantage Part C plan. They have a Formulary or List of Covered Drugs. Only Formulary drugs count as out-of-pocket. They include three levels of covered expenses. Sometimes included in Medicare Advantage. The formulary may change at any time. Individualswill receieve notice from their plan when necessary.