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easyMedicare is dedicated to providing convenient assistance with finding, comparing, and enrolling in Medicare plans. Each of our licensed insurance agents is held accountable to the guidelines set by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and to our company values. We strive to create an experience where you can trust your agent, returning to them any time you need to change your coverage.

Current Medicare Enrollment Season

Infographic: from Jan 1 - Mar 31, the active enrollment period is known as OEP.

From January 1 through March 31, these are the active enrollment periods for Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, and Medicare Prescription Drug Plans:

Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period: If you are unsatisfied with your coverage, you have the opportunity to switch plans once during this period rather than being stuck with the same coverage for an entire year.  

Upcoming limited enrollment periods beginning April 1st:

Learn about one of the most frequently asked questions: What is AEP vs. OEP (Annual Enrollment Period vs. Open Enrollment Period)?

Although enrollment periods are strictly regulated, you are always welcome to speak to a licensed agent to get answers to your Medicare questions, understand your future enrollment options and get a quote. Visit Medicare Quotes – Understanding Medicare Costs and Options to learn about all the important factors to consider in Medicare quotes.

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