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As a Medicare beneficiary, you have many options – perhaps even more options than when you chose a health plan through an employer or on your own. As you choose and use your plan, you may come across some unfamiliar terms. Below we include explanations that can help you better understand your Medicare Advantage plan.
Enrolling in a CarePlus Medicare Advantage plan is typically quick, easy, and convenient. In the upper left-hand corner you can find our easy-to-use “Find a Plan Near You” tool. You can use this tool to:
Before you enroll, consider your current and future medical and prescription drug needs, and when you need your Medicare coverage to start. Find out more about these topics before you enroll.
You can find out how to enroll in a CarePlus Medicare Advantage plan here: how to enroll.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) places restrictions on when you can enroll in certain types of Medicare Advantage plans. Visit this website to determine when to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan.
Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period, also known as open enrollment or the annual election period, takes place each year from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7. During Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period, you can change your plan, purchase additional coverage, or disenroll from a Medicare plan for the upcoming year. Click here for more information about enrollment periods.
Healthcare needs can change. If you already have a Medicare plan but it’s not checking all your boxes, or if you just want to see if you’re missing out on any new coverage or benefits, the Medicare open enrollment period allows you to explore your options.
Helping someone enroll in a CarePlus Medicare Advantage plan? The tips we provide are easy to understand and can help make the process trouble-free.
What is the deadline to enroll? How do the plans work? Who pays for what? Find the answers to common Medicare-related questions.
Medicare can be hard to understand so we put together a reference guide to help you understand the information. Visit our healthcare glossary for definitions to key Medicare terms.