medicare dot gov Get ready for Open Enrollment! Medicare Open Enrollment begins October 15! This year, Medicare plans have historically low premiums — dropping an average of 34% over the last 3 years, and in some states up to 60%! Starting October 1, you’ll be able to take a sneak peek at plans available in your area. If you’re among the 1 in 3 people with Medicare who has diabetes, here’s some more good news: many participating drug plans will offer a 30-day supply of insulin for $35 or less starting January 2021. More Info Think you’ll need help comparing plans once Open Enrollment begins? Here are some things you can do from the safety of your home: Find Plans at, where you can see estimates for all your prescriptions. Look at the eHandbook (also available in accessible formats like Braille, large print, and data/audio files). Call us at 1-800-MEDICARE during Open Enrollment. Get Ready for OE 2020 Sincerely, The Medicare Team You can update your preferences or use our 1-click unsubscribe to stop receiving messages from the Medicare Team. u s department of health and human servicesThis message is paid for by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It was created and distributed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. You’re receiving this message because you signed up for email updates from the Medicare Team. Please contact if you have questions or problems with your subscriptions.