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Will you shop around during Medicare’s open enrollment for 2022 coverage?

Will you shop around during Medicare's open enrollment for 2022 coverage?

Polling will conclude at 12:00 am, October 22, 2021. Each site visitor is allowed to vote one time. (Users are not able to retake a survey after voting.)
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The Medicare open enrollment period – also known as the Annual Election Period – is a once-a-year opportunity for Medicare enrollees to review their existing coverage, compare it against Medicare plans available for 2022 – and decide whether to buy a new plan.

During the Medicare open enrollment period – which runs from October 15 through December 7 – you can make a variety of changes (none of which involve medical underwriting):

Will you ‘shop around’ during Medicare open enrollment?

We’d like to know:

  • Do you expect to at least compare your Medicare existing coverage to 2022 plans?
  • Are you satisfied with your current Medicare coverage?
  • Are you ready to change your Medicare coverage?
  • Or are you not going to compare plans?

Take our one-minute survey. Then, if you want to explain your answer more fully, just drop a comment below. (You can also ask questions about open enrollment, but you might want to first review our 2022 Medicare Open Enrollment Guide.)

You can also learn more about your options by reading these great explainers:


Disclaimer: Our Medicare Surveys series is a tool that allows us to "take the temperature" of our audience. The questions and the results are not intended to be scientific. Rather, we hope to use the information to get a sense of our reader's experiences with the Medicare program and their attitudes toward the program and its coverage.
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