For 2020 coverage, open enrollment will run from October 15, 2019, to December 7, 2019. Be aware that your benefits and premium could change from one year to the next. So even if you’re confident that you want to keep your current coverage for next year, it’s important to make sure you understand any changes that may apply, and that you’ve double checked to make sure that your current plan is still the best available option. The available plans and what they cover changes from one year to the next, so even if the plan you have now was the best option when you shopped last year, it’s important to verify that again before you lock yourself in for another year.
The Department of Elder Affairs is asking for public input to assist with determining the needs of elders in Florida. Please help by sharing your thoughts and opinions with us through a short survey. The input provided will be invaluable in our efforts to build a bold, dynamic, and effective State Plan on Aging. To complete the survey, visit: surveymonkey.com/r/2019FLStatePlanonAgingPublicInputSurvey
All responses are due by Friday, November 15, 2019. For more information, contact us at DOEASurvey@elderaffairs.org.