Medicare's Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. If you’re currently on a Medicare plan, you have the opportunity to switch to a new plan. If you choose to do so, your new plan will begin on Jan. 1. Here are three important Medicare questions to ask during AEP!
As you consider your current plan, have you thought about the following factors?
For example, are you paying high monthly premiums for a plan you barely use?
Consider your current prescriptions, providers, and preferred hospitals, as well as how often you visit the doctor. Do you have the coverage you want and need for these services?
Would you like additional coverage such as vision, hearing, and dental?
Your Medicare plan can (and should!) do more than cover your doctor’s appointments.
For example, would you prefer a plan that allows you to see any Medicare-approved provider in the United States, or are you happy with your current network?
Your current health coverage may be working for your needs—and if that’s the case, fantastic! There’s no need to take action during AEP if you are happy with your plan.
On the other hand, if you’re considering your options or your circumstances are changing, we’re here to help you find the right coverage for your needs.
Our advisors can help you figure out what questions to ask about Medicare, walk you through your options, and tell you about plans that offer…
All of these benefits and more are available for Medicare beneficiaries in 2023.
There’s no need to navigate Medicare alone. Our advisors can research your plan options, enroll you in coverage, and help you maximize your new benefits—all at no cost to you. We can help with your Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio Medicare benefits.
If you have additional Medicare questions to ask, schedule a call with us to get answers.
If you’re a current client of RetireMed and want to explore new plan options during Annual Enrollment, you can schedule a call with your client advisors for assistance.