Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period is the time of year when you can review your Medicare Advantage or Medicare prescription drug plan to make sure it’s still the best plan for you or your elderly parent. And, if it’s not, it’s the time of year to make a change.
An Accountable Care Organization is a collection of health care providers who come together and agree to be responsible for the care, quality, and cost of healthcare services for a set group of people.
The Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period (MADP) runs from January 1 through February 14 each year. During this window, seniors can switch to Original Medicare if they find their Advantage Plan doesn’t meet their needs.
Medicare Advantage plans, also called Medicare Part C, vary widely. Here is a brief description of how each type of Medicare Advantage plan works and factors to consider when researching and choosing a plan.