The Time Is NOW.

Choosing health insurance is no longer a one-time decision for most Medicare beneficiaries. Each year, insurance companies make changes to Medicare plans that can impact how much you pay out-of-pocket such as monthly premiums, deductibles, drug costs and provider or pharmacy networks. Given these yearly changes, it is a good idea to look at your current Medicare plan each year to make sure it still meets your healthcare requirements and offers access to the providers and services you want and need.

Get Help From One of Our Local Medicare Experts

Medicare agents are licensed advisors who can help you pick the best plan possible to meet your needs. We work with the following Medicare agents at this location:

Becky Watts

Joaquin Crame

Jonathan Wilson

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Why should I consider a new plan?

During this time, pause and consider changes in your life and/or lifestyle that may require additional resources, especially if:

• The plan you are on is ending
• You want to minimize the amount of money you spend on visits to the doctor and/or specialist
• Your medications are becoming more expensive
• You want to stay active and join a gym
• You’ve been diagnosed with a chronic condition, such as diabetes, COPD or congestive heart failure
• You could benefit from additional support services, such as transportation assistance
• You need coverage for dental, vision and hearing needs

Which Plans can I chose from to keep the same primary care and specialist providers?

In 2021, P3 Medical Group will be considered in – network for more than 20 plans. We are confident you will find a plan to meet your specific needs.

What is Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period?

The Annual Election Period (AEP) is October 15 through December 7 every year. The plan coverage you choose during the AEP begins on January 1 of the next year. It allows Medicare beneficiaries to add, change, or drop their current coverage. You can use this period to enroll into a Medicare Advantage or Medicare Prescription Drug Plan or switch plans. If you’re already enrolled into a Medicare plan, you can use this period to disenroll from your plan.

Who Is Eligible For Medicare?

• People who are 65 or older
• People with certain disabilities
• People with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)

Those eligible for Medicare have several different options:

• Original Medicare Plan (Part A and Part B)
• Medicare Advantage Plan (Part C)
• Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D)

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