Medicare Insurance Plan Choices for this 2019 Annual Enrollment Period


There are many NEW Medicare Insurance plan choices for this upcoming 2019 as well as several changes to some of the existing plans. So if you haven’t reviewed your options yet or don’t plan on reviewing them this annual election period, you may be missing out! Please contact me at 941-404-5334 to set up an appointment for a review of your existing Medicare insurance plan versus some of the new Medicare insurance plan options. As an independent agent, I can show (and explain to you in simple terms), several different insurance company plans so you can compare and choose which you feel fits your needs the best.

Note: It doesn’t cost you any more if you enroll in a Medicare Insurance plan through me as an independent agent versus directly with an insurance company either over the phone or via the Internet, since I get paid by the insurance companies for your enrollment. Plus you will have personalized service by a local agent.

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (also known as Annual Election Period and abbreviated as AEP), starts on Oct. 15, 2018 and ends on Dec. 7, 201. During this time, Medicare beneficiaries can add, change, or drop Medicare health insurance plans and/or prescription drug coverage for the following year (with an effective date of January 1, 2019).

If you are totally satisfied with your current Medicare plan, you don't need to take any action. However, please keep in mind that Medicare Advantage plan details can change annually, so you should really compare your existing Medicare Advantage plan to confirm that your health and prescription drug needs are covered by your plan for the next year. This is an important time for beneficiaries to reevaluate their current Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan coverage and compare it with the new plan options available for 2019, because coverage will be locked in for a calendar year even if you just renew your existing Medicare Insurance plan. 


Click on web link below for a related blog post:

2019 - Should I Keep My Existing Medicare Plan Or Switch To A New Plan?

Note: Medicare Insurance information can be overwhelming and confusing to many people. As an independent licensed agent I can explain things to you in simple terms so you feel comfortable making a decision. Then I can help you choose and enroll you in a plan that you feel fits your needs.

As I mentioned above, it doesn’t cost you any more if you enroll in a Medicare Insurance plan through me as an independent agent versus directly with an insurance company either over the phone or via the Internet, since I get paid by the insurance companies for your enrollment. Plus you will have personalized service by a local agent. If you would like my assistance, please call me at 941-404-5334.

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