MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT ENDS DECEMBER 7

NOW, WHAT ????

Highlights
  • ● What is Special Enrollment Periods (SEP)
  • ● What are the different types of circumstances that are qualified as a Special Enrollment Period

We all know that in order to get your Medicare Insurance Plan you had to enroll from October 15, through December 7, and just like that open enrollment is over. So what do you do if you missed open enrollment. Is it really too late, Do you really have to wait another year to get the Medicare Insurance Plan that you have been waiting so long to get. In this article, we shall explore what you can do to sign up for your Medicare Insurance Plan if you forgot or just missed the open enrollment deadline. We will discuss the different versions of the special enrollment periods that your circumstances may assist you to qualify.


WHAT ARE MEDICARE SPECIAL ENROLLMENT CIRCUMSTANCES


Normally, you are expected to enroll in the Medicare Insurance Plan during the open enrollment time frame. But what happens when your circumstances prevent you from doing so. Do not worry because if this is the case then there are special situations that qualify as a special enrollment period where you can still get enrolled for your Medicare insurance plan even after open enrollment has ended.



WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT CIRCUMSTANCES THAT ALLOWS YOU A SPECIAL ENROLMENT PERIOD


1. You move to a new plan area that isn’t in my plan area
2. You move to return to the United States after living abroad
3. You moved in or out of a skilled nursing facility
4. You Moved in or out of a Long Term facility
5. You were released from incarceration
6. You lost Medicaid
7. You lost employer coverage
8. You lost Cobra coverage
9. You lost credible prescription coverage
10. You enrolled in Employer coverage
11. You enrolled in Union Coverage
12. You enrolled in Pace
13. Medicare terminated your plan
14. You have both Medicare and Medicaid
15. I qualify for the Low-Income Subsidy
16. You have switched from a Medicare Supplement plan to Medicare Advantage Plan
17. You have a chronic condition and enrolling in a Chronic Special Needs Plan

As you can see, many different circumstances exist where you may be able to qualify for a Special Enrollment Period based on your personal circumstances.


Choosing a Medicare Insurance Plan can be complex convoluted and outright confusing at “YourMedicare” by AYA and Associates we make this process clear, simple, and understandable.


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Hello, my name is Rolando Arellano and I am the President of AYA and Associates who are the creator of YOURMEDICARE. I am available on: ✆ 1-(800) 381-3623 ✉ Rolando@YourMedicareCovergae.Net

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