Between October 15 and December 17, we have the opportunity with Medicare Open Enrollment to change Medicare health care coverage and prescription drug plans.
Anyone on a Medicare plan should have received the Annual Notice of Changes (ANOC) outlining any changes in coverage, costs, or service area. Note any 2022 changes to your health coverage or any Extra Help you may get to pay for prescription drugs.
You don’t have to change your plan, but you should be reviewing it each year. This article from Boomer Benefits will help you make sense of the process and make a decision.
Disclaimer: The material in this blog is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace, nor does it replace, consulting with a physician, lawyer, accountant, financial planner or other qualified professional.
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