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Understanding your Annual Notice of Changes (ANOC)

Make sure you don’t miss out on any important changes that may be coming your way.

If you’re currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan or Part D (prescription drug) plan, you’ll be receiving an Annual Notice of Changes (ANOC) this fall. It’s important to review the changes in the cost of prescriptions or increases in maximum out-of-pocket limits, which can result in unexpected health care expenses. 

Carefully going through — and understanding — your ANOC can help you decide if you need to make changes to your coverage during Medicare’s Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), from October 15 through December 7. Download our free guide today for answers to questions like:

  • What exactly is an Annual Notice of Changes (ANOC)?
  • What steps should you take when you receive your ANOC?
  • What changes should you be looking for and taking into consideration as you evaluate your current Medicare plan?

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Last Updated: 06.07.2024