Whether you’re turning 65 and new to Medicare or changing your plan during the Annual Enrollment Period, here are 3 things to know before choosing a Medicare plan.
Author: Medicare with Melissa
Every year, there can be changes to Medicare plans. If you’re curious about what the 2023 Medicare plans will look like, stay tuned and keep reading.
The most common time to change Medicare Advantage Plans is during the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period. This enrollment period takes place one time every year and allows for all Medicare beneficiaries to make changes to their current plan or enroll in a new Medicare Advantage plan.
New Medicare Advantage Plans and benefits are announced to the public on October 1st. You can submit your application for coverage beginning October 15th and no later than December 7th.
While most costs continue to increase, we are expecting lower Medicare Supplement premiums in 2023. Don’t get stuck paying more than you need to. Be sure to review your Medigap premium in 2023 and speak with a licensed agent at Senior HealthCare Solutions. Our team can compare over 25+ top-rated Medicare carriers in minutes.
New 2023 Medicare Part D Cost has been released by Medicare. Inflation reduction act has also been passed to help lower drug cost by 2025!
Insurance companies are beginning to give sneak peaks into the New 2023 Medicare Advantage Plans. Enrollment Period begins October 15 and ends December 7th.