Oops. Annual enrollment is over for this year.

You might still be eligible if you've had one of the following qualifying life events:

  • You're new to Medicare
  • You recently moved outside of the service area of your current plan or you recently moved and you need a new plan.
  • You recently returned to the United States after living permanently outside of the U.S.
  • You were recently released from incarceration.
  • You recently left a PACE program.
  • You are moving into, live in, or recently moved out of a Long-Term Care Facility.
  • You are leaving employer or union coverage.
  • You recently involuntarily lost your creditable prescription drug coverage (coverage as good as Medicare's).
  • You were impacted by a significant network change with your current plan.
  • You belong to a pharmacy assistance program provided by the state.
  • You recently obtained lawful presence status in the United States.
  • Your plan is ending its contract with Medicare or Medicare is ending its contract with your  plan.
  • You have both Medicare and Medicaid (or your state helps pay for your Medicare premiums) or you get Extra Help paying for your Medicare prescription drug coverage, but you haven't had a change.
  • You recently had a change in your Extra Help paying for Medicare prescription drug coverage (newly got Extra Help, had a change in the level of Extra Help, or lost Extra Help).
  • You recently had a change in your Medicaid (newly got Medicaid, had a change in the level of Medicaid assistance or lost Medicaid).
  • You were enrolled in a Special Needs Plan (SNP), but have lost the special needs qualification required to be in that plan. You were disenrolled from the SNP.
  • You were affected by a weather related emergency or major disaster (as declared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency [FEMA]). One of the statements here applied to you, but you were unable to make the enrollment because of the natural disaster.
 

 

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