eMedicareSupplements Publishes Medicare Annual Enrollment Reminder
Added: (Wed Nov 09 2011)
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GIG HARBOR, WA – eMedicare Supplements has recently published a countdown widget for the new Medicare Annual Enrollment Period dates for Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. The widget counts down by day, hour, minute and second to the expiration of the new enrollment period, which began on October 15 and ends on December 7.
This is a substantial revision of the traditional enrollment period, which always began on November 15 and ended on December 31. People who are accustomed to the traditional enrollment period may want remind themselves and others of the important change in any way possible, including the countdown widget, which has been published for awareness purposes.
The number of people enrolling in Medicare is always increasing. As more people are faced with putting together a Medicare health plan from the many coverage options available to them, it is important to be informed about the different enrollment periods Medicare offers for specific plans.
The widget is available to download from the following webpages:
Sometimes it’s hard to decide whether Medicare Advantage or a Medicare supplement plan would be best for your health needs. Seniors looking for help in choosing the right Medicare plan may contact eMedicareSupplements at 1-877-275-2808. The trained specialists at eMedicareSupplements can help you work through the details, including the benefits and the drawbacks of the different options open to you.
eMedicareSupplements is a subsidiary of Affordable Insurance, Inc. The eMedicareSupplements.com website provides answers to the many questions surrounding Medicare, seeking to offer simple explanations that are understandable to the average person. Agents at eMedicareSupplements have a wealth of experience in the Medicare and health insurance industry, and are ready to answer questions and to help people choose the best way to approach Medicare for their specific needs.