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2018 Health Care Choices booklet available for Minnesota Medicare recipients

10/31/2017 2:35:15 PM

For media inquiries only
Jeanine Nistler
The Minnesota Board on Aging’s 2018 edition of the Minnesota Health Care Choices booklet is now available online and in print to provide information for Minnesota Medicare recipients.
The annual guide is the only comprehensive, objective statewide publication with information about all Medicare plan options available on the open market for Minnesotans.
“This is an important resource for people wanting information about Medicare and all its programs and options,” said Kari Benson, executive director of the Minnesota Board on Aging.
Health Care Choices is available online at, by calling the Senior LinkAge Line at 1-800-333-2433, or by visiting and using the chat live feature or leaving an email after business hours.
The booklet includes information on Medicare supplements, Medicare savings programs, Medicare Advantage plans and other Medicare health plans and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans. Minnesotans are reminded that Medicare Part D open enrollment began Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7.
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