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Did you know that Medicare Beneficiaries who are also on Medicaid or receive "Extra Help" have a ongoing enrollment period to join or change a Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicare Part D drug plan? This means that you do not have to wait until the Annual Enrollment period, which runs from October 15th through December 7th. So if you are not satisfied with your current MAPD or PD plan, you can call us to see if there is a plan more suited for you needs, anytime throughout the year.

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Medicare Options, LLC, provides enrollment assistance for senior and disabled residents of Connecticut with their Medicare Health Plan choices including Medicare Medigap plans in Connecticut, Medicare Advantage Plans, Part D prescription drug plans from Aetna, ConnectiCare, United Healthcare, and WellCare in the towns of: Amston, Andover, Avon, Baltic, Berlin, Bloomfield, Bolton, Bozrah, Brandford, Bristol, Burlington, Centerbrook, Cheshire, Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Columbia, Coventry, Cromwell, Deep River, Durham, East Berlin, East Glastonbury, East Haddam, East Hampton, East Hartford, East Killingly, East Lyme, East Windsor, Ellington, Elmwood, Essex, Farmington, Forestville, Glastonbury, Groton, Guilford, Haddam, Hadlyme, Hamden, Hartford, Hebron, Higganum, Ivoryton, Jewett City, Kensington, Killingly, Killingworth, Lebanon Ledyard, Lyme, Madison, Manchester, Marlbourgh, Meriden, Middle Haddam, Milldale, Moodus, Moosup, Mystic, New Britain, New London, Newington, North Branford, Norwich, Old Lyme, Old Mystic, Old Saybrook, Plainville, Plantsville, Poquonock, Portland, Preston, Rockfall, Salem, Saybrook, South Glastonbury, South Lyme, South Windsor, Southington, Terryville, Tolland, Uncasville, Vernon, Wallingford, Waterford, West Hartford, West Mystic, Westbrook, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks. We serve the counties of, Hartford County, Tolland County, New London County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, Litchfield County. We are licensed and Certified to advise and enroll medicare recipients on medicare supplements, medicare advantage plans, medicare part D prescription coverage, retirement planning, Long-Term care options, fixed annuities, Reverse Mortgage programs, and eldercare attorney referrals. Consult a tax advisor before making tax related decisions. Consult an attorney specializing in estate planning before making any decisions regulated by federal or state law, such as trusts and wills. MedicareOptions.info provides free information on Medicare options in Connecticut. Medicare Plan Choices in Connecticut for 2014 will help seniors find the best medicare plan for their situation. This site allows people to compare Medicare Advantage Plans in Connecticut. We do not choose which plan is best for beneficiaries, but provide information on Medicare Plans so they can compare their Medicare Choices. Most Medicare Beneficiaries simply want to know, how do I compare Medicare plans in Connecticut. We help them find the best Medicare Plan that suits your particular needs for 2015.

Medicare Annual Enrollment for 2016 is Here

2016 Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Part D
drug coverage information and enrollment assistance will be available to the public on October 1, 2015. The Annual Enrollment Period for 2016 Medicare Plans run from October 15, 2015 until midnight on December 7, 2015.
This is the time when you can change your Medicare Healthplan you currently have to a different one for the 2016 benefit year.

So if you are wondering "what are my Medicare Plan Choices in Connecticut", or "How do I find the best Medicare Supplement in Connecticut", you have come to the right place.
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Do you qualify for help paying for your medications, medical services, or your Part B Medicare monthly premium? Find out here.

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If you are looking for help in understanding the Medicare Program and all it's pieces, what options may be best for you, and would like to have someone you can talk to when you have questions or concerns, you are in the right place. Click here to see how we help you to find the Medicare plan that best suits your particular needs.

Let's start here with a discussion on the general ways to get your Medicare coverage. You have several Medicare options, so let's see what they are.
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If you feel like it is too difficult to understand the Medicare program, there are too many moving parts involved, and you just don't know what options are best for your particular situation...you are not alone, and you are not stupid. Even after almost thirty years working with the Medicare program and all it's options, I too have to research some issues at times. So it is definitely a good idea to find someone who can help you understand all the choices Medicare offers. It also makes one's life much easier to have someone help you with your final decision by assisting you with the enrollment forms that will be required to get your chosen plan of coverage in force.

Once you have that relationship with us you will then be able to contact us whenever you have a question, want to see if there is a better way for you to collect you Medicare benefits, or need help solving an issue with regard to your getting the benefits you deserve. The nice part is that you never have to pay us for any of these services. We are able to provide these services at no cost to you because we are good people, of course, but also because we do get paid an enrollment fee whenever we assist someone with their enrollment paperwork. We are not employees of any insurance company or the Government. We have determined that the only person we work for is you, the Medicare Beneficiary.

So scroll through our website and you should be able to get just about all the information you are looking for. The bottom line is that you have several ways to get your medical care through Medicare, you just have to find out which way works best for you with regard to your finances, your medical needs, and you personal comfort with each option.

Check out this link for a Readers Digest version of your Medicare Choices.

And don't hesitate to just pick up the phone and call us when needed. Our phone number is (860)526-2213, we are located in Chester, CT, and we make house calls. Good Luck!

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