Updated on January 25, 2020

AEP in North Carolina

Do the dates October 15th and December 7th ring a bell to you, North Carolina Medicare beneficiaries? If so, you are not alone! Between October 15th and December 7th of every year, Medicare’s Annual Election period takes place. You might hear it coming with the myriad of television commercials and mail centered around this election perio. Although you may feel bombarded with the companies and plan brochures, here at Medicare Supplements Made Easy, we make navigating Medicare and it’s many healthcare plans simple and EASY at any time of the year, but especially during the Annual Election period! Whether you live in Alamace, Cumberland, Johnston, Randolph, Alexander, Currituck, Jones, Richmond, Alleghany, Dare, Lee, Robeson, Anson, Davidson, Lenoir, Rockingham, Ashe, Davie, Lincoln, Rowan, Avery, Duplin, Macon, Rutherford, Beaufort, Durham, Madison, or Sampson county, we at Medicare Supplements Made Easy can show you where to go!

Medicare Annual Election period

As previously stated, the Medicare Annual Election period, between October 15th and December 7th of every year, exists for the purpose of Medicare beneficiaries in North Carolina and elsewhere to change their current Medicare Advantage plan or their Medicare prescription drug plan. Medicare Advantage plans are comprised of HMOs, PPOs, and HMO-POS plans. They are each bound by networks, however, PPOs have the ability to go out of network without a referral and without paying full cost .Therefore, an example of a common switch Medicare beneficiaries initiate is to switch from a referral-bound HMO to a larger, less-restricted network PPO without referrals. If you are unsatisfied by your need for referrals or don’t find your network to be as large as you’d like, call us today at 1-800-218-7935 to let us look into PPOs that suit your doctors and healthcare needs! It’s FREE, by the way. county, Medicare Supplements Made Easy is the perfect place to seize your opportunity to change your Medicare Advantage plan OR Medicare Prescription Drug plan.

North Carolina residents

North Carolina residents, if you are currently on Original Medicare plus a Medicare Supplement policy, you are also eligible to change your Part D, or prescription drug plan. Even if your prescriptions haven’t changed, your Part D plan changes every year so it is very important to keep up with your Part D plan. Here at Medicare Supplements Made Easy, our friendly agents look up your lowest-priced drug plan, straight from medicare.gov, and get you signed up with the best one based on your prescriptions FREE OF CHARGE. Not only that, but we continue to do that EVERY YEAR. We are dedicated to providing you with the BEST customer service available! Call now at 1-800-218-7935!

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