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Subject: 2017 Online MA/PDP Enrollment Links Dear Valued Medicare Producer, For the Regence Medicare Advantage online enrollments, agents will have a separate Personal URL link (PURL) to use for the 2017 plans. This gives agents the control to send their…
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From Regence BCBS Training on the way that CMS dictates that the coverage gap will work in 2017.
This glossary is for Medicare agents (or Medicare beneficiaries) who want to understand the jargon being tossed around by people in the Medicare system: government bodies, government employees, insurance companies, online-call-and-enrollment centers, advocacy groups, insurance agents, and advisers. The glossary…
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Aetna-Humana Trial Date May Jeopardize Merger U.S. District Judge John Bates is set to hear arguments on the Aetna-Humana merger on December 5. The deal must close by December 31 or Aetna will have to pay Humana a $1 billion…
Part D plans must cover at least the Part D standard benefit or its actuarial equivalent. For 2017, the standard benefit requires the beneficiary to pay the following share of total coverage: $400 deductible 25% of prescription drug costs between $400 and…
Here are the categories of dual eligible beneficiaries and out-of-pocket costs that are paid by Medicaid: QMB (only) (Qualified Medicare Beneficiary) – Medicare Part A and Part B premiums; cost sharing for Part A & Part B benefits. QMB Plus –…