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Unhappy with your Medicare Advantage Plan? Here’s when and how you can change it

Medicare terms are often misunderstood, especially when it comes to the various names of so-called “enrollment periods”, which you can either enroll in or make changes to your Medicare plan selections. Perhaps the most publicized enrollment period is the AEP, or annual election period which runs from October 15th to December 7th of each year and offers you the option of changing your Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Prescription Drug (Part D) coverage. Less known is that starting in 2019 there is a new time period between January 1st and March 31st, during which you may dis-enroll from a recently chosen Medicare Advantage plan and select an alternative which suits your healthcare needs better.  As explained in this “Money Tips” article appearing in the Albany (NY) Herald, changes to Medicare in 2019 offer you more flexibility to make sure you have the right healthcare plan. Click here to read more.

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