Every September, your Medicare plan sends a letter in the mail called the Annual Notice of Change (ANOC). Your Plan ANOC lets you know how your current Part D drug plan or Medicare Advantage (MA) plan will change for the following year.
With the Medicare open enrollment period beginning on October 15, we encourage Medicare beneficiaries to choose carefully between traditional Medicare and joining a private Medicare Advantage plan.
Every month after UnitedHealthcare® processes claims received from your provider (or receive claims from your pharmacy), we’ll send you a cost summary — it’s called an Explanation of Benefits, or EOB.
Many seniors assume Medicare automatically pays for mobility equipment like canes, walkers, and wheelchairs; oxygen equipment like nebulizers and CPAPs; other devices like continuous glucose monitors, respirators, infusion pumps and hospital beds.