Washington Healthplanfinder Announces Statewide Adventure Tour

Visit one of the base camps at the cities below and speak to someone who can guide you through the sign-up process.

Keep an eye out for the Washington Healthplanfinder adventure van at these times and places:

Nov. 27 | Bellingham, WA
First Friday Shop Local | 4 pm – 9 pm | 1336 Cornwall Ave.

Dec. 3 | Moses Lake, WA
Moses Lake Street Party | 5 pm – 8 pm | Sinkiuse Square on Third Avenue

Dec. 4 | Walla Walla, WA
Farmer’s Market and Holiday Parade | 9 am – 7 pm | 106 W Main St.

Dec. 9 | Tri-Cities, WA
After School Pop-Up with Tri-City Health | Time to be determined

Dec. 10 | Vancouver, WA
Vancouver Mall (outdoor courtyard) | 11 am – 5 pm | 8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr.

Dec. 11 | Wenatchee, WA
Pybus Public Market | 10 am – 6 pm | 7 N Worthen St.

Dec. 17 | Olympia, WA
Oly on Ice | 3:30 pm – 9 pm | 529 4th Ave. W

Dec. 18 | Seattle, WA
Children’s Home Society in Kent (King County Public Health) | 10 am – 4 pm | 215 5th Ave. S, Kent, WA

Dec. 19 | Yakima, WA
Los Hernandez Tamales | 2 pm – 6 pm | 3706 Main St., Union Gap, WA

Jan. 7 | Spokane, WA
Spokane First Friday | 1 pm – 8 pm | 1318 W 1st Ave.

Medicare Open Enrollment Oct. 15 – Dec.7, 2021

The middle of October starts a very important timeline to compare your current Part D or Part C plan to plans offered by other companies for 2022 coverage!

The new year can bring costly surprises. Every year, most companies change their monthly premium, coverage options, copays, and provider networks for services and RXs.

Participating in Medicare’s annual Open Enrollment is not required to keep your current Medicare Part D or Part C insurance.

  • However, it’s the only time (for most people) to find out if your current plan will continue to work for you next year and to shop for a new plan, if desired.

Note: Medigap (also called “supplemental”) plans are not subject to the annual Medicare Open Enrollment timeline. See here for more information about Medigaps in Washington.