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Medicare “Open Enrollment:” What you need to know - Kiplinger

“Open Enrollment” – the time of the year you can change from your current Medicare Advantage or Part D prescription drug plan to something else – begins on October 15th. This period, which lasts until December 7th, is when you can evaluate what you have to see if it will meet your needs for the coming year and, if not, consider switching to a different plan. Sounds simple, but it can actually be a rather daunting task, unless you know how to prepare, which is exactly what this Kiplinger article by Elaine Silvestrini offers – 10 tips to help prepare you for the upcoming Medicare Open Enrollment period. Click here to read more.

This is also the time of the year that you’ll be inundated with TV ads, mail, and perhaps even phone calls soliciting your business. These are marketing techniques designed to convince you to change from your current insurer to the one contacting you. If you want to avoid all of that, be aware that AMAC has a Medicare department which has access to many different Medicare-related healthcare options from multiple insurers, so can help you explore what is best for your personal circumstances. AMAC’s Medicare specialists aren’t commissioned so have no goal other than helping you find healthcare coverage which suits both your medical needs and your cost objectives. You can contact AMAC’s Medicare department at or call them at 1.800.334.9330.

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