Should I Cancel My Medigap Plan F?
Plan F is no longer available to newly-eligible enrollees in 2020.
Plan F rate increases are expected. If you're able to switch to Plan G, it could lead to significant savings.
What you need to know about Plan F
2020 Plan F Cancellation
When Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) goes into effect on January 1, 2020, Plan F can no longer be sold to newly-eligible Medicare beneficiaries.
No Impact for Current Enrollees
The MACRA changes will not impact the coverage of people already enrolled in Medigap Plan F. You'll be able to keep your plan and maintain your benefits.
Plan F Rate Increases
We have already seen an increase in the cost of Medigap Plan F as 2020 approaches. Industry experts believe premiums will continue to increase for those who keep their Plan F.
You Can Switch Medigap Plans
You can switch from Plan F to another plan at any time. There is no need to wait for an "open enrollment." You will, however, need to answer a few medical questions, so you'll want to switch while you're still healthy.
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