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How soon after I enroll will my Medicare benefits begin?
Medicare beneficiaries need to know when their plan will be effective so they can avoid coverage gaps that could leave them without access to care they need.
Medicare eligibility for ALS and ESRD patients
Eligibility for Medicare includes persons over age 65, those with disabilities, and those with two specific diseases: End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) or Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease).
Is there a best time to enroll in a Medicare supplement plan?
The best time to enroll in a Medicare supplement plan is during your Medigap open enrollment period, a six-month window that begins on the first of the month you're enrolled in Medicare Part B and are 65 or older.
Under the terms of some health plans, potential enrollees must wait a defined period of time before they are eligible for enrollment and coverage.