Kaiser Permanente Medicare health plan assessment
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There are typically 3 steps to signing up for a Medicare Advantage plan:
Based on your answers to this assessment, tasks will be added automatically within these steps.
When you’re done, you’ll have a personalized action plan of what you need to do and when you can sign up for a Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage health plan.
In the future, if your plans change significantly, you can take this needs assessment again to adjust your personalized action plan.
The Special Enrollment Period protects you from penalty and allows you to defer your Medicare Advantage plan enrollment until you’re ready to retire.
You can enroll in a Kaiser Permanente Medicare Advantage plan during this period. However, you may be able to become a Kaiser Permanente member sooner. Contact your union/employer group to determine if you’re eligible to join a Kaiser Permanente health plan during their Open Enrollment Period.
The General Enrollment Period is January 1 through March 31 of each year, with coverage going into effect July 1. Penalties may apply.
Based on your responses, it may be best for you to make your transition to Medicare Advantage plan during your Initial Enrollment Period.
Based on your responses, it may be best for you to apply for Medicare A and/or Part B during the General Enrollment Period and transition to a Medicare Advantage plan once eligibility begins in July.
Based on your responses, it may be best for you to make your transition to a Medicare Advantage plan during your Special Enrollment Period.