Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Need To Change Your Medicare Coverage?

Does your current Medicare Coverage meet your health needs? If not, be sure to change your Medicare Plan Coverage during the next Annual Coordinated Election Period which runs from November 15 through December 31 every year. It is important for you to review your Medicare Plan Coverage before the Annual Coordinated Election Period because you are not allowed to change your plan anytime.

If your current Medicare health coverage and Medicare prescription drug coverage do not meet your current health needs, it will be helpful to read about other Medicare health plans available to you. Reviewing the Evidence of Coverage (EOC) and Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) of your current Medicare plan is also important. The Evidence of Coverage will give you the details about what your current Medicare plan covers and how much you pay. On the other hand, the Annual Notice of Change will give you the information regarding changes in coverage, costs, or service area that will be effective in January 1 (the following year). In case you did not receive these 2 documents, contact your plan.

To know the important dates to remember when it comes to changing Medicare Plans and Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage, click on the link below:

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