Should I Change My Medicare Coverage During Open Enrollment?
Many people currently rely on Medicare plans for their health care coverage. 

October 15 marked the beginning of the Open Enrollment Period, during which changes in coverage may be made.

This flowchart helps guide you through a series of considerations when evaluating and comparing their Medicare options. It covers:

- Changes in health care needs
- Costs of premiums, deductibles, etc.
- Access to specific providers, services, and prescription drugs
- Out-of-state concerns
- Effective dates of any changes
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