WASHINGTON -- A new Medicare enrollment period, the Limited Open Enrollment Period, begins Sunday and could cause confusion for some Medicare beneficiaries. The period allows patients in traditional Medicare, which requires payment of premiums and a percentage of fees for health care needs, to sign up for Medicare Advantage plans, some of which lack drug coverage. Medicare Advantage plans are private health plans that provide physician services, hospital visits and other health benefits to ...
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