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Understanding the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP)

Medicare OEP was introduced in 2019 specifically for Medicare Advantage members. Get a helpful summary of what the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period is, when it falls, and how it differs from all the other important Medicare enrollment periods.

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Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP)

Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) vs. Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP)

Medicare enrollment periods can be confusing. The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) ended December 15, 2019. So, what’s this Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period that begins January 1, 2020? Get the details about both of these important Medicare enrollment periods so you don’t miss any important deadlines.

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Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP) Video

Find out what you need to know about the Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Open Enrollment Period (OEP) in this short video.

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Important Facts about Medicare OEP

The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP) starts January 1, 2020. Find out who’s eligible, how long it lasts, and what you can do during this important timeframe.

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Medicare Should Be Easy!

Making Medicare insurance coverage decisions can be confusing when comparing options and choosing a plan that best meets your needs.

Fortunately, you don't have to do it alone. We're here to help you understand the Medicare basics so you can make a confident plan choice.

Download the Making Sense of Medicare Guide Now!
Fill out the form to download the no-cost guide, as well as receive a call from a licensed insurance agent.

Medicare should be easy!

Medicare Special Enrollment Period

Moving to a new location? Lost your current Medicare coverage? Eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid? These are just a handful of instances that can make you eligible for the Special Enrollment Period.

If you are eligible for Medicare during the Medicare Special Enrollment Period, you can enroll in a Medicare plan or change your Medicare plan based on special circumstances. For most people to become eligible for the Special Enrollment Period, you must be 65 years of age or older or qualify through disability, and you or your spouse must have worked and paid Medicare taxes for at least 10 years.

Find out all the circumstances that may qualify you for Medicare Special Enrollment Period.

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Medicare Dual Enrollment

Are you one of the 9 million people* in the United States that is eligible for Dual Enrollment? Many people who qualify for Medicaid may also qualify for Medicare benefits before they turn 65 years of age. Therefore, this gives people the opportunity to be eligible for dual enrollment – enrollment in both Medicaid and Medicare.

Medicare and Medicaid are two terms that many Americans find to be confusing. Medicare is a federal program that gives health coverage to people who are 65 years of age and older or have a disability, while Medicaid is a state and federal program that gives health coverage to low-income families/individuals.

If you qualify for dual enrollment you may be entitled to benefits that are run through your state called “Medicare Savings Programs.” The variety of programs may provide coverage on deductibles, premiums and copays.

See if you qualify for Dual Enrollment.

*Kaiser Family Foundation

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Medicare Videos

easyMedicare.com’s video page will provide you with a significant amount of information on all things related to Medicare. “Medicare Made Easy” is an eight-part explainer video series on major Medicare topics such as Medicare Part A/Part B, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare eligibility, Medicare Annual Election Period, Extra Help and Special Enrollment.

These videos are specifically designed to give you important information that is easy to understand in one minute or less. If you or someone you know is not familiar with Medicare, these videos may be very useful.

View easyMedicare.com’s “Medicare Made Easy” and our entire explainer video series.

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Medicare Open Enrollment Period (OEP)

Medicare OEP was introduced in 2019 specifically for Medicare Advantage members. Get a helpful summary of what the Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period is, when it falls, and how it differs from all the other important Medicare enrollment periods.

medicare-dual-enrollment

Medicare enrollment periods can be confusing. The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) ended December 15, 2019. So, what’s this Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period that begins January 1, 2020? Get the details about both of these important Medicare enrollment periods so you don’t miss any important deadlines.

hm-video-maoep

Find out what you need to know about the Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plan Open Enrollment Period (OEP) in this short video.

hm-senior-couple-302x255

The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period (OEP) starts January 1, 2020. Find out who’s eligible, how long it lasts, and what you can do during this important timeframe.

medicare-should-be-easy

Making Medicare insurance coverage decisions can be confusing when comparing options and choosing a plan that best meets your needs.

Fortunately, you don't have to do it alone. We're here to help you understand the Medicare basics so you can make a confident plan choice.

Download the Making Sense of Medicare Guide Now!
Fill out the form to download the no-cost guide, as well as receive a call from a licensed insurance agent.

medicare-special-enrollment-period

Moving to a new location? Lost your current Medicare coverage? Eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid? These are just a handful of instances that can make you eligible for the Special Enrollment Period.

If you are eligible for Medicare during the Medicare Special Enrollment Period, you can enroll in a Medicare plan or change your Medicare plan based on special circumstances. For most people to become eligible for the Special Enrollment Period, you must be 65 years of age or older or qualify through disability, and you or your spouse must have worked and paid Medicare taxes for at least 10 years.

Find out all the circumstances that may qualify you for Medicare Special Enrollment Period.

medicare-dual-enrollment

Are you one of the 9 million people* in the United States that is eligible for Dual Enrollment? Many people who qualify for Medicaid may also qualify for Medicare benefits before they turn 65 years of age. Therefore, this gives people the opportunity to be eligible for dual enrollment – enrollment in both Medicaid and Medicare.

Medicare and Medicaid are two terms that many Americans find to be confusing. Medicare is a federal program that gives health coverage to people who are 65 years of age and older or have a disability, while Medicaid is a state and federal program that gives health coverage to low-income families/individuals.

If you qualify for dual enrollment you may be entitled to benefits that are run through your state called “Medicare Savings Programs.” The variety of programs may provide coverage on deductibles, premiums and copays.

See if you qualify for Dual Enrollment.

*Kaiser Family Foundation

medicare-videos video-hover-simple video-hover

easyMedicare.com’s video page will provide you with a significant amount of information on all things related to Medicare. “Medicare Made Easy” is an eight-part explainer video series on major Medicare topics such as Medicare Part A/Part B, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Supplement Plans, Medicare eligibility, Medicare Annual Election Period, Extra Help and Special Enrollment.

These videos are specifically designed to give you important information that is easy to understand in one minute or less. If you or someone you know is not familiar with Medicare, these videos may be very useful.

View easyMedicare.com’s “Medicare Made Easy” and our entire explainer video series.