The enrollment period has started and there are new options to consider. Seniors have until Dec. 7 to choose.

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The enrollment period has started and there are new options to consider. Seniors have until Dec. 7 to choose.

Changes are in store for Medicare enrollees in 2023, some of which apply to Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D, the plans that beneficiaries can update during the annual open enrollment period which begins Oct. 15.

Through Dec. 7, eligible individuals also can switch from Original Medicare to Medicare Advantage; from Medicare Advantage to Original Medicare; from one Medicare Part D prescription drug plan to another; and enroll in a Medicare Part D plan if they did not enroll when they first were eligible for Medicare.

Overall, the changes will be welcome news for the estimated 31.8 million Americans the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services expect to enroll in the federal health insurance program for those 65 and older.

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