You can switch or cancel your Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Medicare Advantage plan membership.
If you have a Medicare Advantage plan with us and want to pick a different one, you can do so during these times of the year:
Browse a list of all our Medicare Advantage plan offerings.
You'll be disenrolled from your old Medicare Advantage plan automatically when you join a new one. Keep in mind that you can only switch plans once during these periods.
You can also read more about disenrollment periods in the Medicare & You handbook.
You can also switch to a different Medicare Advantage plan if you've had certain changes in your life, like moving out of your plan's service area. We call these instances a special enrollment period or qualifying life event.
You can read a complete list of special enrollment situations on Medicare's website.
You can drop your Medicare Advantage plan and switch to Original Medicare at any time.
If your Medicare Advantage plan offered prescription drug coverage, you should plan to enroll in a Part D plan alongside your Original Medicare coverage. If you don’t, you might face a late enrollment penalty.
When you end enrollment in one of our plans, you'll need to make sure you've paid all outstanding balances.
If you think we've violated your rights, you can file a complaint with us or with the government.