To get the most from Medicare — and your health care dollars — you need to carefully evaluate the costs and benefits of all of your plan options.
Open enrollment is the one time each year when you can make changes to your Medicare coverage.
Here are some questions to help you compare options and find the best plan for you.
Whether you are new to Medicare or are deciding if you should change plans during Medicare's Annual Enrollment Period, more commonly called Medicare open enrollment, you should gather information from a variety of sources.
If you're considering a Medicare Advantage or Part D prescription drug plan, both of which are run by private insurers, don't rely solely on information from the sponsoring insurance company.