The Annual Enrollment Period for Part D was October 15 to December 7th. Medicare Supplements automatically Renew and there are no deadlines.
Any drug plan you signed up for during AEP automatically cancels out your old plan on January 1.
You do not need to contact your old Part D plan to cancel the old plan.
If you cannot successfully navigate this site for self-enrollment, we recommend calling Medicare
at 1-800-633-4227 so they can do the enrollment for you.
The Important Points:
1. We do NOT represent ALL of the drug plans in the country. This is on purpose, as we only researched thoroughly and have chosen to work with certain ones for the benefit of our clients.
2. You must CLICK on the Prescription Drug Plans tab.
3. The default effective date for plans is the first of the next month, except during the AEP season, when it is then January 1st.
4. If you are currently on a Medicare Advantage plan, and sign up for a Part D plan, this will disenroll you from that Medicare Advantage plan. Make sure you first have been approved for a Medicare Supplement, if you are applying for one.
5. After you have signed up for a Part D plan, you may likely get a call from the insurance company trying to sell you on giving up Original Medicare and your chosen Part D plan for a much-more-profitable “Medicare Advantage” plan.
These sales calls are happening all the time in order to make more sales by the insurance companies, themselves.
2023 Medicare Updates
This site is a service of the Senior Savings Network, LLC, which is a licensed insurance agency representing Medicare insurance plans.
This is NOT a government agency website. The information submitted here will NOT be shared with any other insurance agent or organization.
We do not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area.
Please contact Medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.”