March 27, 2020
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BREAKING NEWS: Senate Passes Phase III Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES)
More on Medicare and Telehealth
Observation Status Update
Enrollment Attestations
Beware of Medicare Scams
Medicare Advantage OEP Extension?
How Does Someone Apply for Part B When the Social Security Office Is Closed?
Medicare Adantage Certification Course Coming Soon
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Enrollment Attestations

If you are an independent agent, you are not seeing clients during the public health crisis, so how do you assist beneficiaries and earn a living? Some carriers may move to allowing enrollment attestations that require you to telephonically “meet” with them and do everything as you would normally, but the application would allow you to attest to the enrollment until the COVID-19 emergency passes to get the signature. Beneficiaries still need your assistance and you still need to earn a living. NAHU has urged CMS to encourage this practice so that we don’t lose valuable agents who can advise beneficiaries about their Medicare choices.

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