Yes. Individuals eligible for Medicare prior to age 65 (such as for disability) will have another IEP when attaining age 65. If you enrolled in a Medicare supplement (Medigap) plan with a high disability rate, your rate will decrease to the 65 year old rate during the month you turn 65.
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