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Unhappy with your Medicare Advantage Plan? You can still change it - News and Tribune

Most seniors are keenly aware of the so-called Medicare Open Enrollment Period which occurs in the fall of each year – a 2 month period starting on October 15th and lasting until December 7th during which you can enroll in or make changes to Medicare coverage. But don’t despair if you’ve signed up for a Medicare Advantage during the last part of 2021 for which you have some “buyer’s remorse.” If you’re not happy with your current Medicare Advantage plan, a new three month Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period starts on January 1st, during which you can switch from your current Advantage plan to another, or switch from your Advantage plan to “original Medicare.” The rules for this can be a bit tricky, but this article by guest columnist John Williams appearing at the (IN) News and Tribune explains all you need to know about changing your Medicare Advantage plan coverage during the period from January 1 – March 31, 2022. Click here to read more.

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