Mark your calendars — Medicare Open Enrollment starts October 15, 2021! In the meantime, you can get a head start by previewing 2022 plans today.

Get a head start on Medicare Open Enrollment — preview 2022 plans!

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Mark your calendars — Medicare Open Enrollment starts October 15, 2021! In the meantime, you can get a head start by previewing 2022 plans today.

Now’s a great time to review your coverage and see if there’s a better fit for you.

Preview Plans

Create or log into your Medicare account, so you can:

  • Build your prescription drug list to help you compare plans.​
  • Compare benefits and costs in your current plan to other plans available in your area.
  • See prices based on any help you get with prescription drug costs.
  • Easily find and save pharmacies in your area.

Remember: When comparing plans, look at the estimated “Yearly Drug & Premium Cost.” A plan with the lowest premium may not always provide the lowest total cost to you.

Sincerely,

The Medicare Team

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