Aevo Insurance Services, LLC Commits to Providing Clients with Guidance and Education During the 2015 Medicare Annual Election Period

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Medicare Advocates are Equipped to Navigate Clients Through the Process of Selecting a Medicare Plan that Recognizes Their Unique Needs.

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It is our job to enable [clients] to understand their options and consider relevant factors when selecting a healthcare plan during the Medicare Annual Election Period.

The 2015 Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP) begins on October 15th, and Aevo Insurance Services, LLC, a division of The Advocator Group, LLC, is prepared to guide Medicare beneficiaries through the process of selecting Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans that meet both their healthcare and financial needs. The Annual Election Period (AEP) ends on December 7th, the last date that current Medicare beneficiaries can either renew or change their plan. The Medicare Advantage and Prescription Drug Plans chosen during the AEP will become effective on January 1, 2015.

Aevo Services aims to match its clients with health insurance policies that are optimal for their individual needs by carefully considering both their budgetary limits and the specific care that they require. The agency takes pride in walking alongside its clients while working tirelessly to show them available policies and educate them on the variables to be considered when selecting a healthcare plan, such as being able to see their same doctors and finding coverage for their prescription medications.

While Medicare beneficiaries are able to change their Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug Plan during the Annual Election Period (AEP), if their current plan is serving both their healthcare and financial needs well, beneficiaries typically will be able to keep the plan as most plans renew each year. In these cases, individuals should verify with their insurance carrier that their specific policy will renew in 2015 and clarify whether the costs and other key factors have changed. Medicare beneficiaries should also receive these details in the Annual Notice of Change (ANOC) letter which is mailed to plan participants by the insurance carriers.

Aevo Services emphasizes its commitment to attempting to match clients with plans that will serve their needs year after year; a vision closely ties with the Medicare advocacy agency’s core mission of moving forward together.

“We have a tremendous opportunity to effect lasting change in people’s lives,” says Tim Carney, Director of Medicare Advocacy. “Many of our clients are worried about finances and how they will receive the treatments and medications they need, and it is our job to enable them to understand their options and consider relevant factors when selecting a healthcare plan during the Annual Election Period. By doing this for them, we seek to diminish those anxieties, and help them feel more in control and able to focus on their health and their families.”

Once the Annual Election Period (AEP) ends on December 7th, Medicare beneficiaries cannot switch plans until the following year’s AEP unless their circumstances qualify them for a special enrollment period, which would need to be determined on an individual basis. To learn more about the 2015 Annual Election Period, visit http://www.aevoservices.com.

ABOUT AEVO INSURANCE SERVICES, LLC – Aevo Services is a division of The Advocator Group, LLC. The Advocator Group is a nationwide advocacy organization dedicated to helping individuals apply for and obtain Social Security Disability Insurance. In addition, The Advocator Group assists Medicare beneficiaries in identifying the best coverage possible for their unique needs. The Advocator Group’s team of experienced Social Security and Medicare advocates ensures that each client is provided phenomenal service while each case receives close attention. The company’s core values include humility, integrity, commitment, optimism, learning and creativity. For more information, visit http://www.advocator.com.

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