Thanks to your partnership, we have distinguished ourselves in the Arizona Senior Segment market. Our outstanding results reflect our efforts on achieving industry leadership in higher customer satisfaction, better health outcomes and lower out-of-pocket costs, and demonstrate the value we deliver to our clients and customers throughout each stage of their healthcare journey. By working together as a Cigna team, we have delivered personalized care and affordable solutions that have had a positive impact on their health and wellness.
As you already know, Cigna’s Medicare Advantage (MA) HMO plan received the only five out of five star rating in Arizona by CMS and we are the first to hit this top rating in Arizona history! One of the perks in attaining this rating, is the SEP that allows MA beneficiaries to change to a 5 Star Plan throughout the year.
Please see below the SEP code and eligible requirements to enroll:
5 Star SEP:
The 5 Star SEP, (code ”R”), applies to any eligible Medicare beneficiary. This means eligible individuals (live within the service area, meet ESRD requirements) includes those:
- Currently in another MAPD plan
- In an MA only plan
- In a PDP plan
- Have a Med Sup plan
- A Medicare Cost Plan
- Have Traditional Medicare only
Remember, the Special Election Period (SEP) runs from 12/8/2015 – 11/30/2016. We look forward to working with you to continue to aggressively grow your income with Cigna MA products!
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for your AEP contributions!
Keri J Hall
Medicare Broker Manager
Cigna Healthcare of Arizona
25500 N. Norterra Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85085
email@example.com Cell: (480) 202-7251
Broker Support 800.973.9183 opt 2
Medicare Enrollment Fax: (855) 531-9754
Cigna has the highest rated health care plans in Arizona!
Cigna’s Medicare Advantage HMO Plan is the only health plan in Arizona to earn a 5 out of 5 Star rating from Medicare*
Cigna has been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as the highest-rated HMO/POS health care plans in the state of Arizona, according to “NCQA’s Private Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2015-2016.”**