Our first guest today is Dan Tufto, President of Medicare for Humana’s West Division, he is responsible for a large portfolio of Medicare Advantage plan offerings that improve health and well-being for consumers and produce a simplified experience that help health care easier to navigate.
He will discuss: What You Need to know about Medicare Advantage Enrollment. Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans is October 15 through December 7, with Plans Going into Effect January 1, 2018. He will also share data from a brand new survey of Boomers, revealing their health concerns and habits, as well as their experiences choosing Medicare plans and more.
He will also share data from a brand new survey of Boomers, revealing their health concerns and habits, as well as their experiences choosing Medicare plans and more.
Selecting the right health and prescription drug plans is crucial, and plans can change every year. The annual enrollment period is here, and it’s the time of year when people with Medicare can select the Medicare Advantage health plan or prescription drug plan best suited for them. Humana is committed to helping Baby Boomers achieve their best health so that they can continue to pursue what is most important to them. Choosing the plan that’s right for you or your loved one can seem overwhelming, so it is important to stay informed. For more information please visit humana.com/medicare/
If you have a Medicare health or prescription drug plan, you only have until the end of Open Enrollment, December 7, to make changes to your 2018 plan. Even if you are happy with your current Medicare coverage, you might find something better. If you miss the Open Enrollment deadline, most people will have to wait a full year before to make changes to their plans.
Angela Brice-Smith, spokesperson for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), is available for live or recorded interviews to discuss everything your audience needs to know about the Medicare Open Enrollment period. For more information go to medicare.gov