If you are enrolled in the wrong plan by mistake or after receiving misleading information, you may be able to disenroll from the plan and enroll in a new plan that is a better fit for your needs.
There are a couple of scenarios where you have a right to change plans:
- You enrolled in a plan unintentionally
- You enrolled in a plan based on incorrect or misleading information
- You accidentally enrolled in the same plan or stayed in a plan you didn't want
If you believe that you fall within these scenarios you can contact 1-800-MEDICARE to request a retroactive disenrollment or a Special Enrollment Period. Medicare representatives can help you understand your options for making changes.
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