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You may be eligible to enroll for a Medicare Advantage Plan that may include additional benefits. A licensed insurance agent could check your enrollment eligibility and could review plans available in your area. Let us help you review plans that help fit your needs.

How It Works

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1. Complete a Profile

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2. Get Matched With Carriers In Your Area

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3. Connect With A Licensed Insurance Agent To Check Enrollment Eligibility

Commonly Asked Questions

When are you eligible for an enrollment period?

There is a designated timeframe during which eligible individuals for Medicare Advantage Plans could be eligible to make changes to a different plan outside of the regular enrollment periods. This time period is typically triggered by specific life events that may impact an individual's healthcare needs, such as retirement, moving to a new location, or losing employer-sponsored health insurance, etc. During this time, individuals could possibly enroll in a plan that helps fit their needs. It provides a valuable opportunity for individuals to reassess their healthcare needs and make adjustments to ensure they have the most suitable coverage for their unique circumstances.
  • Initial Enrollment Period - Who Needs: Turning 65 - Purpose: Enroll in Original Medicare and possibly a Medicare Advantage Plan - When: 3 months before 65th birthday, birthday month, and 3 months after 65th birthday month;
  • Medicare Advantage & Prescription Drug Plan Annual Enrollment Period - Who Needs: Medicare Parts A & B Enrollees - Purpose: Reevaluate coverage & make changes - When: October 15 - December 7; and
  • Special Enrollment Period - Who needs: Aging-in, recently moved, lost health insurance coverage or have other Special Enrollment Period qualifying conditions - When: Special Enrollment Period eligibility varies by qualifying conditions.
Speak with a licensed insurance agent to review your plan options and possibly enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan during one of these enrollment periods.

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What is the Medigap Period?

The first 6 months that you have Medicare Part B and are 65 or older, you can enroll in any Medigap policy, and the insurance company cannot deny you coverage due to pre-existing health problems. After this 6-month period, you may not be able to buy a Medigap policy, or it may cost more. Your Medigap period is a one-time event. It doesn’t repeat every year, like the Medicare Advantage & Prescription Drug Plan Annual Enrollment Period. 

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