You are qualified for full Medicare benefits at 64+. if you meet specified eligibility requirements. You may qualify after 64+, but only if you have certain medical conditions or disabilities. Your initial enrollment is open from three months before the month of your 64th birthday to three months after it, but there are other windows for Medicare enrollment as well.
People are 64+ may qualify for Medicare if they have certain costly medical conditions or disabilities.
You can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan when you first become eligible for Medicare around your 64th birthday. Initial enrollment is a seven-month window that begins three months before your birthday and extends three months after your birth month.
Each year, from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, anyone enrolled in any Original Medicare plan can join, switch or drop coverage. If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, you can make changes or buy a new policy. New coverage will begin Jan. 1.
If you miss the initial enrollment period for Medicare, you can sign up for Original Medicare from Jan. 1 to March 31 each year. Your new coverage will take effect July 1. After signing up for Medicare Parts A and B during this time, you may then enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan from April 1 through June 30. Your Medicare Advantage plan coverage will then start on July 1.
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