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    J Scott BurkePRO
    President, Newbury Inc., Evansville, Indiana
    No. Once you have enrolled in Medicare Part A and or B you are always on it unless you choose to cancel it for some reason.

    With Medicare Part D (your drug coverage) you are wise to review it every year between October 15th and December 7th because you plan can change even if you didn't do anything to change it. Also if you chose to go with Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage) you need to meet with your agent every year between October 15th and December 7th to learn of your changes which take effect January 1st each year.

    But original Medicare Parts A & B stay basically the same year after year and you never have to reapply.
    Answered on April 5, 2013
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