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During the Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), millions of Medicare recipients can evaluate their current coverage and make changes. Medicare plan details can change annually, so it’s a good idea to compare your options each fall to ensure you’re getting all the benefits you deserve. Even if you’re happy with your current Medicare plan, you may want to consider the following:
- Some plans may include benefits such as dental, vision, hearing coverage, prescription drug coverage and gym memberships.
- $0/month premium Medicare Advantage plans may be available in your area.
- There may be changes to your existing plan or new and updated plans that might better meet your needs and budget.
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Did you know that your Medicare and prescription drug coverage could change every year? It’s crucial to compare Medicare plans on an annual basis to ensure you’re still getting the right coverage for your healthcare needs. You can compare Medicare plans with SelectQuote for free—with no obligation to enroll—and in just minutes, we can find quotes for you from some of the most trusted insurance companies in the nation.
Medicare Advantage Insurance
Medicare Advantage (MA) plans provide an alternative to Original Medicare and are offered by private health insurance companies approved by Medicare. With Medicare Advantage plans, you may be able to get a $0 premium plan and $0 deductible as well as having prescription drug coverage and other benefits related to vision, dental and hearing.
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Medicare Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Learn More Through SelectQuote’s Medicare Resource Articles
While our licensed insurance agents can answer your Medicare questions and concerns, you can also explore additional Medicare resources that SelectQuote offers. Check out our Medicare articles below that go into more detail about types of coverage, enrollment periods, Medicare tips and tricks, and more.
The Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) runs from October 15 to December 7 each year and is the best time for Medicare beneficiaries to make changes to their current coverage. This is a good time to ensure you have all of the...
Every day in the United States, 10,000 people turn 65—which means 10,000 people are newly eligible for Medicare. Even with the thousands of people turning 65 each day, there’s still a lot of confusion around preparing for Medicare, from enrollment to its coverage....
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