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Medicare Annual Enrollment is Oct. 15 – Dec. 7

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Mark your calendar – Medicare Annual Enrollment starts on October 15, 2022.

The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period – AEP for short – is a set time each year for changing your Medicare coverage choices if you choose to. AEP runs from October 15 to December 7. New coverage choices go into effect on January 1.

Here are just some of the extra benefits beyond Original Medicare that a Medicare Advantage plan may include:

Coverage for hospitals and doctor visits, dental and vision

Prescription drug coverage

Monthly plan premiums as low as $0 in most areas

A network of doctors and hospitals

You can get a head start by previewing 2023 Plans today.  It's important to review your Medicare coverage each year when you have a Medicare Advantage (Part C) or Medicare Prescription Drug coverage (Part D). Now is a great time to review your coverage and see if there is a better fit for you.

Here are a few things to consider:

  • Cost - Premiums, Deductibles, Co-pays
  • Convenience - Is it easy for you to see your doctor, fill your prescriptions
  • Coverage - In network healthcare providers, prescription medication formulary
  • Satisfaction

Unsure about what to do? We're just a phone call away:

Call us toll-free 833-256-9655 (TTY: 771)

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Need help?  Contact Lehigh Partners Senior Benefits: 1-833-265-9655 (TTY 711).  Get Coverage Recommendations. Tell us a little about your insurance and health care needs, and we'll will recommend Medicare insurance coverage options that may be a good fit for you.

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