December 03, 2021
Manchin: West Virginians Have Five Days Left To Enroll, Adjust Medicare Plans During Open Enrollment Period
West Virginians interested in enrolling or making changes to their existing plan can visit Medicare.gov
Washington, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) reminded and encouraged eligible West Virginians to enroll in Medicare health and prescription drug plans during the Medicare Open Enrollment period, which ends December 7, 2021. During the Medicare Open Enrollment period, West Virginians can review their coverage options and make changes to their healthcare or prescription drug plans.
“Medicare provides quality, affordable healthcare for West Virginia seniors across the state,” said Senator Manchin. “The Medicare Open Enrollment period is the best time for West Virginians to review their healthcare and prescription drug plans since benefits and costs may change year to year. This is also the time for any eligible West Virginian to enroll in Medicare benefits. Visit Medicare.gov to compare coverage options and find a plan that works best for you before the upcoming December 7th deadline.”
The Medicare Open Enrollment period began October 15, 2021 and ends December 7, 2021. Coverage changes will take effect on January 1, 2022. West Virginians interested in enrolling or making changes to their existing plan can visit Medicare.gov to compare plan costs and coverage. For assistance finding a plan that works for you, call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).
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