Starting January 1st 2012 anyone currently on a Medicare Advantage Plan will have the opportunity to return to original Medicare Part A and B.If you are unhappy with your plan for any reason,whether it’s because your doctor is no longer participating are you just aren’t happy with the coverage you will be allowed to make the change.Many people that go back to Medicare as their primary also purchase a Medigap Plan, orMedicare Supplement. These plans work with your original medicare to fill in the holes or gaps that medicare doesn’t cover. We find one of the easiest ways to dis enroll from your Medicare Advantage Plan is to buy a Medicare Part D plan,which in turn automatically kicks you off. You will have until Feb. 15th to decide.
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