We often get questions relating to the enrollment of Medicare eligible veterans outside of the Annual Election Period. In short, veterans are treated just as any other Medicare eligible person. There are a few things to note, however, when working with a veteran who is Medicare eligible. Here’s a short list of things to consider when helping veterans make an informed decision about Medicare Advantage enrollment:
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Statistically, the number of Humana’s MAPD/PDP enrollments that result in an allegation against an agent is just a small fraction of a single percent. The number of allegations that are founded as a result of investigation are just a fraction of allegations themselves, which is outstanding. Here are my root cause reasons for these strong compliance outcomes:
If you’re working through AHIP and carrier specific training currently, you may have noticed the content on Low Performing Plans. CMS plans to “nudge” consumers once again, with a reminder that the plan they’re in, if applicable, has consistently underachieved (less than 3 stars for 3 consecutive years). The beneficiary is directed to a variety of options for reconsideration at the bottom of the letter. Last year there were 525,000 members across 26 plans that were impacted. Letters go out once in October for those on these plans currently, and again in February of 2014 for those who selected a low performing plan this AEP with a 1/1/14 effective date.
Recently I’ve been getting a lot of questions about when recertification for AHIP and Humana will be available, and the best cost/benefit timing for getting newly certified for Medicare Advantage plans. Normally these web based modules come online for the upcoming season in late July, but it appears they are going live sooner than ever. AHIP training for 2014 plans will actually launch next week! For Humana, you can re-certify and newly certify for 2014 beginning July 15th.