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Medicare Enrollment

The Annual Medicare Enrollment Period is October 15 to December 7.

Choosing a Medicare plan that is right for you is an important decision. 

Frequently asked questions about Medicare

What is traditional Medicare?

Traditional Medicare is administered by the government and includes a few separate types of coverage that must be pieced together to provide complete healthcare coverage. Generally speaking:
    -Medicare Part A covers inpatient services like hospital stays
    -Medicare Part B covers outpatient services including medical procedures and equipment
    -Medicare Part D covers prescription drugs
    -Supplemental coverage, which is optional, covers additional items like co-pays

What is Medicare Advantage?

Medicare Advantage plans are administered by private insurers on behalf of the government. Medicare Advantage:
    -Is also known as Medicare Part C
    -Combines all the services offered through traditional Parts A and B
    -Often includes Part D prescription drug coverage

Why are more people choosing Medicare Advantage?

More and more consumers are choosing Medicare Advantage over traditional Medicare because these plans:
    -Are more convenient, combining Medicare Parts A, B, and D into one package with a single insurance card
    -Are more affordable than the combined cost of traditional Medicare and supplemental coverage
    -Usually offer additional coverage not provided through traditional Medicare like routine dental and hearing care.

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