Was picking a Medicare Advantage plan a mistake? Have you lost that loving feeling for your plan? Georgia seniors are coming out of the ether and deciding their Medicare Advantage plan isn’t what it is cracked up to be. You can’t see the same doctors. Every time someone examines you, get out your checkbook. You’ve lost that loving feeling for Medicare Advantage and now it’s gone, gone, gone.
Or is it?
Valentines Day is just around the corner and if you want to fire your Medicare Advantage plan you need to do it now.
February 14, 2014 is the last day to fire your current plan and go back to original Medicare. After that you better love the one you’re with.
If you fire your Advantage plan during the Medicare disenrollment period you can switch to original Medicare with or without a drug plan. You may also have certain guaranteed rights to buy a Medicare supplement plan.
You might want to take this time to shop and compare GA Medigap Quotes. Many find that Medicare supplement plan N is a much better fit for those who want to bring back that loving feeling for Medicare. Let Bob Vineyard with Georgia Medicare Plans help you in this transition. There is no charge or obligation for a free phone consultation.
There are rules for disenrolling from your Advantage plan. You cannot use this time to switch to another Advantage plan or make changes in your existing plan. You also can’t switch from original Medicare to an Advantage plan, although I can’t imagine why you would want to do that.
If there’s no tenderness in your eyes for your Advantage plan, then something beautiful is dying. You have lost that loving feeling and you can’t go on.