In this post we’ll review the Medicare Enrollment Periods for Part A and Part B Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) for Part A and Part B The Initial Enrollment Period (IEP) for Parts A and B is 7 months, starting 3 … Read More
The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period 2017 (AEP 2017) will begin in 3 days. It starts on October 15th and will run through December 7th, 2016. It is the busiest time of year for Medicare clients – the only time you … Read More
According to Medicare rules, you are not allowed to enroll or disenroll in different parts of Medicare (Part A, Part B, Part C, and Part D) whenever you want. Rather, there are 6 different enrollment periods in relation to the … Read More
Typically, you may join, change or leave a Medicare Advantage plan or Part D plan in one of three enrollment periods: Initial Enrollment Period when you first qualify for Medicare, Annual Enrollment Period (Oct. 15-Dec. 7), and Medicare Advantage Disenrollment … Read More
Annual Enrollment Period ended on Dec.7, but there are still plenty of opportunities for some individuals to make changes in their Medicare health plans. Two immediate options are Nonrenewal SEP (Special Enrollment Period) and Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP).
Medicare Part B is the Medical Insurance portion of Original Medicare, allowing you to use any doctor, specialist, or hospital that accepts Medicare. In order to enroll in Medicare Part B, you may use one of the several enrollment periods: … Read More
2016 Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is running this year from October 15th through December 7th, and provides the best opportunity for switching or dropping Medicare plans. Here is some information about 2016 plans.
2015 Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is running this year from October 15th through December 7th, and provides the best opportunity for switching or dropping Medicare plans. Here is some information about 2015 plans.
The recent Medicare Interactive post What are my options if my Medicare Advantage plan is ending at the end of the year? reviews the decision making process in the event your Medicare Advantage plan is ending.
You may change your Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug (Part D) plans ONLY at specified enrollment periods. The two most known of them are Initial Coverage Enrollment Period (ICEP) that occurs when you turn 65, and Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) … Read More