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Find a new Medicare plan

By comparing your current coverage with other plans available, you could save. Find out now.

By comparing your current coverage with other plans available, you could save. Find out now.

Why change your Medicare plan?

Medicare plans change every year and so can your circumstances. So it’s worth checking the cost, coverage and convenience of your existing plan to make sure it’s still right for you. If you find a better plan for your needs, you can take advantage of the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period to make a change.

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Does your coverage still meet your needs?

Have your healthcare needs changed? Do you want to add additional benefits like dental or vision care? Do you need coverage when you travel out-of-state or abroad?

Use our plan finder to quickly see what's available where you live and to prioritize what's important to you.

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You could pay less for more

Medicare costs and coverage may change every year. So it's important to check your current plan and make sure it still offers the coverage you need at a price you can afford.

Even if your coverage needs haven’t changed, you may be able to pay less each month for the same coverage or in some cases get better coverage for the same cost.

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You deserve convenient coverage

Getting the right plan at the right price should include coverage as well as convenience.

Choosing a plan that takes you across town to pick up your prescription or a 10 mile trip to visit your doctor, can make things really inconvenient.

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What dates are important when making changes?

October 15 - December 7

The Annual Enrollment Period

During Medicare's Annual Enrollment Period you can:

  • Change from Original Medicare to Medicare Advantage
  • Change Medicare Advantage plans
  • Add a Prescription Drug Plan to Original Medicare
  • Change your Prescription Drug Plan
  • Drop your Prescription Drug Plan

January 1 - March 31

The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period

During this period you can:

  • Switch to a different Medicare Advantage plan
  • Drop your Medicare Advantage plan and return to Original Medicare
  • Add a Prescription Drug Plan to Original Medicare

There are Special Enrollment Periods which allow you to make changes to your Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans due to special circumstances or life events, such as moving or losing coverage like Medicaid.

Ready to find a plan?

“I’m Mary-Beth*. I can carefully walk you through our step-by-step process to help you find a plan that meets your needs.”

Find a plan* Mary-Beth is a digital avatar and not a licensed sales agent.

“I’m Mary-Beth*. I can carefully walk you through our step-by-step process to help you find a plan that meets your needs.”

Find a plan* Mary-Beth is a digital avatar and not a licensed sales agent.

Prefer to talk?

You can talk to one of our friendly licensed sales agents on the phone during our opening hours. They're fully trained and happy to help. No question is too small!

(866) 576-2956 or TTY 711

Monday to Friday 5am - 6pm PT

Still have questions?

Our Advice Center contains important information you should know about Medicare. So if you have a question, the answer is just a click away.

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I wish I’d known this before I bought my plan…

Helpful things callers learn from our sales agents

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There can be penalties if you don’t sign up for Medicare Part B when you’re first eligible to enroll.

Andrew Sivatjian
V.P. of Medicare Sales & Licensed Agent
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Some people think they’re stuck with the first plan they choose. They’re not. They can change to a new plan during the enrollment periods.

Silvia Barrera
Sales Manager & Licensed Agent
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I often explain to callers who are concerned about the cost of prescription drugs, that there are specific plans that can help reduce how much they have to pay.

Mark Laemmert
Medicare Site Leader & Licensed Agent