Beneficiaries of the Medicare Part C Advantage elective have until March 31 to leave the plan and enroll in another Medicare Advantage plan, or go back to original Medicare and add a Part D prescription plan.

Medicare Part C Advantage plans can offer cost savings on health care costs and provide added benefits like dental, vision and hearing. Beneficiaries sometimes enroll in one of these plans during the annual open enrollment period without realizing their providers don’t accept them.

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