Get ready for the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period with our centralized guide to AEP.
Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is right around the corner! Every year, the AEP is your opportunity to enroll in or switch to a Medicare plan that fits your ever evolving health care needs. This special enrollment window only runs October 15 to December 7, so it’s important to be prepared to accomplish anything you’d like to during that time. If reviewing or changing your coverage seems a little daunting with all the different plans and benefits on the market and decisions to make, don’t worry! You don’t have to go it alone.
Over the years, we’ve covered a lot of Medicare topics. To help you find what you need to know fast, we’re putting the most relevant information and article links below. That’s it. No fuss, just direct links to the information that can help you find your next Medicare plan! We’ll be sure to update this article as we publish new content that we think you’ll find helpful.
Medicareful Plan Finder
When you’re entering AEP, a great place to start for any Medicare plan search is the Medicareful Plan Finder. You can search and compare different types of Medicare plans directly on the platform, share plan information, and get in touch with a licensed insurance agent for further assistance. Working with a Medicareful agent is doubly beneficial, as they’ll have access to tools like the account feature.
The Medicareful Platform
Medicare can get confusing quickly, especially when it comes to finding and enrolling in a plan. This is why we suggest at least talking to an agent to get an understanding of what’s out there and how the agent can help you.
Working with an Agent
Finding the Right Insurance Agent for You The Value of Working with an Insurance Agent How Do Medicare Agents Make Money? What Certifications & Training Does a Medicare Sales Agent Need? The Ins and Outs of AEP
Understanding your Medicare AEP possibilities can help point you toward your options, and we’ve got the posts to help you do just that.
The Ins and Outs of AEP
What Can I Do During the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period? How to Prepare for Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period Should I Review My Medicare Plan Each Year? The Basics of Medicare and Your Coverage
Understanding the Medicare program and the different types of plans you may encounter is something that can help you feel at ease with your decisions this AEP. Check out the posts below for info on the basics of Medicare coverage and the different types of plans you may have to choose from.
Basics of Medicare Coverage
What is Original Medicare? What is Medicare Part C (Advantage)? What is Medicare Part D? What are Medicare Supplements? Medigap Plans: Is It Covered? What is the Medicare Part B Premium Giveback? Is Medicare the Only Health Insurance I Need?
Enrollment and Other Medicare Info
How and When Can I Change Medicare Plans? What Does That Mean? A Medicare Glossary Can I Work and Have Medicare? How to Pick a Medicare Advantage Plan What the Medicare Star Rating Means for You What’s the Difference Between an HMO and PPO? How Do You Qualify for a Medicare Savings Program? Do I Qualify for a Medicare Special Needs Plan (SNP)? How Do Medicare and Medicaid Work Together?
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During AEP, there will be a lot of information and marketing to sift through. You’ll see commercials, fliers, and ads all complicating matters further. Our goal isn’t to make your AEP tougher. Quite the contrary, searching for a Medicare plan should be something you feel confident doing. We hope this information is extremely helpful, but if you want to talk to someone even further, head over to the Medicareful Plan Finder to get in contact with an agent. We’d be more than happy to help connect you with a professional who can answer all your questions and analyze your unique needs and coverage options!
Just like you, your health is one of a kind. What works for one person may not for another, so the information in these articles should not take the place of an expert opinion. Before making significant lifestyle or diet changes, please consult your primary care physician or nutritionist. Your doctor will know your own health best.
Medicareful Living. For a healthy, full life.
Medicareful Living focuses on not just managing your health, but improving your life. This is possible when you find the right Medicare option for you and your family.