Is it Time to Change Your Medicare Plan?
Updated: Jan 12, 2022
Did you know there are certain times of the year you can make changes to your#Medicare plan? Did you know there are specific situations that will allow you to make changes at any time?
Here are the options to make changes to your Medicare plans.
The 7-month window when you turn 65 to enroll in Original Medicare Part A and Part B
Three months before your 65th birthday
The month of your 65th birthday
Three months after your 65th birthday
(OEP) Open Enrollment Period
January 1st - March 31st each year
You may change your Medicare Advantage Plan or return to Original Medicare
(SEP) Special Enrollment Period
You can change your coverage after a qualifying event such as:
Dual Eligible with Medicaid
October 15th - December 7th during this timeframe, you can make the following changes:
Change from Original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage Plan
Change from a Medicare Advantage Plan to Original Medicare
Go from one Medicare Advantage Plan to another
Change from a Part D Plan to another
Join a Part D Plan
Drop a Part D Plan
There are circumstances where you can make changes throughout the year, and this is where our licensed agents can help.
If you've had a change of address
If you qualify for Extra Help
If you are eligible for Medicaid
If you are on Medicaid
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