Medicare - GeneralMedicare AdvantagePart D/Prescription Drugs

Keep an eye out for your Annual Notice of Change

Medicare recipients should receive their Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) by the end of September. This notice is generated by your Medicare Advantage health plan or Medicare Part D prescription plan. The purpose of this letter is to summarize any changes in your plan’s costs and coverage that will take effect on January 1. Why is this document so important? Jim Miller explains why seniors should not disregard this letter. Read Mr. Miller’s column here…

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