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    Ms. Gardner is currently enrolled in an MA-PD plan. However,

    she wants to disenroll from the MA-PD plan and instead enroll in a Part D only

    plan and go back to Original Medicare. According to Medicare's enrollment

    guidelines, when could she do this?


    may do it only during the MA Disenrollment Period, which runs from January 1 to

    February 14 of each year.

    You have finished a sales presentation with Mrs. Slade, who

    chose to enroll into a Part D plan you represent. At the end of the

    presentation, she asks you to stay in contact to ensure that she is being well

    served by the plan. How would Medicare's guidelines for making contact with

    Mrs. Slade apply in this situation?


    may initiate a call to Mrs. Slade to conduct normal business related to her

    enrollment in the Part D plan and to discuss other products her plan sponsor


    Several agents you work with are planning sales events in

    your area.  One plans on giving door

    prizes worth $5, refreshments valued at $8 per anticipated attendee, and coupon

    books with discounts worth $10.  Since no

    gift or prize exceeds the $15 limit he believes his plan is acceptable.  What should you tell them?

    He can give away more than one gift during a single event,

    but the aggregate retail value cannot exceed $15.

    Mr. Yu is concerned that his neighbor, Gladys, has not

    scheduled an appointment to review Medicare Advantage plan options for this

    year, even though she sent you a reply card requesting a call from you. You

    have not yet been successful in reaching Gladys and Mr. Yu would like to see

    that happen, so that her needs can be well served. What could you offer to do?

    You could continue calling Gladys until you reach her and

    offer to either schedule an in-home presentation to explain the plans you

    represent or provide her with the plan enrollment kit to review herself.

    Mr.Bush is 49 years old and has been receiving disability

    benefits from the Social Security Administration for 12 months. Can you sell

    him a Medicare Advantage or Part D Prescription Drug policy?

    No, he cannot

    purchase a Medicare Advantage or Part D policy because he has not received

    Social Security or Railroad Retirement disability benefits for 24 months.

    You are accustomed to obtaining names and contact

    information through a variety of means, and then calling potential clients in

    an attempt to set up a sales appointment. Under the rules applicable to

    marketing Medicare Advantage and Part D plans, what sorts of activities can you

    engage in with respect to beneficiaries who have not previously given you

    permission to contact them?

    You may not make any unsolicited call or visit to any

    beneficiary, unless explicit permission was given by the beneficiary for a call

    or visit.

    Mr. Lombardi is interested in a Medicare Advantage (MA) PPO

    plan that you represent. It is one of three plans operated by the same

    organization in Mr. Lombardi's area. The MA PPO plan does not include drug coverage,

    but the other two plans do. Mr. Lombardi likes the PPO plan that does not

    include drug coverage and intends to obtain his drug coverage through a

    stand-alone Medicare prescription drug plan. What should you tell him about

    this situation? He

    could enroll in one of the MA plans that include prescription drug coverage or

    a Medigap plan and a stand-alone prescription drug plan, but he cannot enroll

    in the MA-only PPO plan and a stand-alone prescription drug plan.

    Mr. Cole has been a Medicaid beneficiary for some time, and

    recently qualified for Medicare as well.

    He is concerned about changes in his cost-sharing.  What should you tell him?

    1. For Medicaid beneficiaries, Medicare reduces its

    cost-sharing amounts to match those charged by the state Medicaid program so

    there will be no change in his cost-sharing amounts.

    2. He

    should know that Medicaid will pay cost sharing only for services provided by

    Medicaid participating providers.


    Medicaid will cover his cost-sharing, regardless of from which physician or

    hospital he receives his Medicare-covered services.


    Medicaid will no longer pay any cost sharing once he is eligible for Medicare,

    so he will need to rely only on Medicare providers.

    Ms. Deboy was a homemaker and was employed in jobs that

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