Medicare: Enrolling In Medigap With A History Of A Serious Medical Condition
Open enrollment periods are when an insurer must issue a policy despite the insured's condition
Open enrollment exists when you meet certain conditions under age 65 and others at age 65 and older.
There are also opportunities for coverage even if no Open Enrollment period is available.
For information about these subjects, see
- Open Enrollment For Medigap Plans For People Under Age 65 Who Are On Medicare 3623
- Open Enrollment For Medigap Plans For People Age 65 And Older 3622
- Other Opportunities To Enroll In Medigap Without Medical Underwriting 3624
- If There Is No Open Enrollment That Applies To You
NOTE: The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) makes health coverage available to you if you are a U.S. citizen or reside here legally, you have been denied health insurance because of a pre-existing condition, and you have been uninsured for at least six months. For information about your state, click here .