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5 Important Things To Consider If You Were Unable to Enroll in Medicare Due to This Year's Natural Disasters

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Dec 15, 2017 12:39:24 PM

If you were impacted by this year's natural disasters, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for those who have been affected by recent Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared emergencies or major disasters. CMS has also announced an extension of the Annual Election Period (AEP) for individuals impacted by a FEMA declared emergency through December 31st, 2017. We'll go over who is eligible to apply and in one states, as well as important documents you should have during your Medicare enrollment process. 

 

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Topics: Special Enrollment Period, Medicare Enrollment, Prescription drug plans, Annual Election Period, Special Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, 2017 Medicare Changes

2020 and Medigap Plans C and F

Posted by admin on Oct 5, 2017 12:43:37 PM


 

Attention to Date: In 2020 Medicare beneficiaries who don’t already have what’s known as Medigap Plan C or Plan F insurance will not be able to purchase it because the federal government will be closing those plans to new enrollments.

If you are age 65 now, or will reach age 65 between now and January 1st, 2020, you can still sign up if you qualify because you will be in your Open Enrollment Period or if the insurance company admits you.

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Topics: Annual Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, What is AEP?, What is Annual Election Period?, What is Annual Enrollment Period?, Medicare, What is Medicare?, medicare costs

Keep Yourself Safe During AEP

Posted by admin on Oct 5, 2017 11:55:16 AM


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Topics: Annual Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, What is AEP?, What is Annual Election Period?, What is Annual Enrollment Period?, Medicare, What is Medicare?, medicare costs

5 Ways to Become an Informed Medicare Consumer

Posted by admin on Apr 26, 2017 12:00:00 PM

 

Article courtesy of The Medicare Blog.

By Marilyn Tavenner, Acting Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

Each day, you make decisions about your finances, health, privacy and more. It’s important to protect yourself and make the best choices for you, especially when it comes to your Medicare. During National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), non-profit organizations and government agencies give people like you information on how to take advantage of your rights and make better-informed choices. Here are 5 things you can do:
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Topics: www.medicare.gov, Annual Enrollment Period, Medicare, Medicare fraud, AEP, Medicare.gov, Trusted Senior Specialists, Senior Medicare Patrol, open enrollment, What is AEP?, What is the Annual Election Period?, What is Medicare?

Webinar: 5 Things to Consider During AEP

Posted by admin on Sep 21, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Every October 15, Medicare issues an Annual Election Period (AEP) where new and current Medicare beneficiaries are allowed to change or enroll into their ideal Medicare plans of choice. With 15 years in the Medicare business, our agents at Trusted Senior Specialists know that applying for Medicare can be overwhelming, confusing and a little frustrating. 

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Topics: What is AEP?, Annual Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, What is Annual Election Period?, What is Annual Enrollment Period?, What is the Annual Election Period?, Webinar, Medicare, What is Medicare?, Medicare Enrollment

What is Annual Election Period?

Posted by admin on Sep 21, 2016 12:00:00 PM

 

The Annual Election Period, or AEP, is the period of time in which you can change your Medicare health or prescription drug plan.  AEP runs from October 15th to December 7th of every year, and as long as the plan receives your enrollment request by December 7th, your new coverage will start on January 1st of the following year.  What does this mean for you?

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Topics: Annual Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, What is AEP?, What is Annual Election Period?, What is Annual Enrollment Period?, Medicare, What is Medicare?, medicare costs

3 Ways to Prepare For Medicare's Annual Enrollment Period

Posted by TSS Medicare Helper on Aug 31, 2016 12:00:00 PM

For most people who are on Medicare, it is very likely that they have heard the phrase Annual Enrollment Period, or it’s abbreviation AEP.  Many Medicare beneficiaries may wonder what this Annual Enrollment Period means for them and their current coverage.  Medicare coverage year AEP runs from October 15 to December 7 every year. This will be the only opportunity a beneficiary has to review, renew and/or change their current Medicare plans for the upcoming year, unless they fall under an SEP (Special Election Period) which is only available when significant life events occur. In order to be fully prepared for AEP it is important to do some homework first.  

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Topics: Annual Election Period, Annual Enrollment Period, What is Annual Election Period?, What is AEP?, What is Annual Enrollment Period?, Medicare, AEP Enrollment Period, Medicare Part C, Medicare Part D, Medicare Coverage, premiums, Prescription drugs, medicine, Medicare Premiums, medicare insurance

Medicare Gals are back for season 2

Posted by admin on Jan 9, 2014 3:17:43 PM

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Topics: Part B, Affordable Care Act, Annual Enrollment Period, Medicare, medicare advantage, ACA/Obamacare, Part A, health insurance, Obamacare, TSS, Medicare Gals, AEP, Medigap, Penalties, ACA, Medicare explained, medicare solutions, how medicare works, Prescription drugs, explain medicare, Part D, Part C

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