Quick Tip: Medicare Part D – Creditable Coverage Disclosure Notice

Rebecca Scandaliato, Vice President of Employee Benefits, addresses the significance of the Medicare Part D Disclosure Notice.

The Medicare Part D Creditable or Non-Creditable Coverage Disclosure Notice needs to be sent out by Employers who sponsor group health plans that offer prescription drug coverage to Medicare-eligible individuals prior to the annual open enrollment period for Medicare Part D that begins on October 15th. This letter notifies Medicare-eligible individuals whether the...

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From: Mackoul Risk Solutions

Related topics : medicare part d creditable coverage notice penalty / medicare prescription drug coverage part / part b medicare late enrollment penalty / medicare open enrollment part d / medicare part a and part b coverage

QUICK TIPS: Annual Open Enrollment for Medicare Part D Coverage.

Rebecca Scandaliato, Vice President, Employee Benefits, reviews the Open Enrollment period for Medicare Part D.

The Annual Open Enrollment for Medicare Part D coverage begins on October 15th of each year. Employers who sponsor group health plans that include prescription drug coverage must provide the Medicare Part D Creditable or Non-Creditable coverage notice to Medicare-eligible individuals prior to October 15th.

This letter will explain to the individual if the coverage they have through...

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From: Mackoul Risk Solutions

Related topics : medicare prescription drug coverage part / medicare part d creditable coverage notice penalty / medicare open enrollment part d / medicare part d initial enrollment period / part b medicare late enrollment penalty