Health Insurance Marketplaces Are Not For Seniors

In this USA Today article by Susan Jaffe from Kaiser Health News it reminds Medicare beneficiaries that they are already covered and that their benefits are not changing for this upcoming 2014 year. They don't need to do anything with the new Marketplace because they don't apply to seniors.

So, if you are already 65 years old and on Medicare you don't need to be involved in the marketplaces. However during the Annual Election Period of Oct 15 through Dec 7, which is totally separate and different from the Marketplaces, seniors can shop for private health plans known as Medicare Advantage plans and if they don't like their current plan they can switch to a different Medicare Advantage plan or to a Medicare Supplement and/or Part D for their prescription drugs.

To read more click on the link below.

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