Information regarding corporate managed updating

31-Jul-2016 01:03

Self-service workflows enable users to download and install apps as and when required.Apps that a user is entitled to get provisioned when users sign in.The posted information specifies the lines of business from which these organizations are permitted to enroll members into an MA plan and the MA plans into which seamless enrollment will occur.These data reflect all enrollments during beneficiary Medicare initial enrollment periods, including those of beneficiaries who proactively enrolled into the plan during the Medicare Advantage initial coverage election period or the initial enrollment period for Part D.

Plans are not able to effectuate enrollments for this one-time SEP; all requests must come into CMS via 1-800-MEDICARE by the beneficiary and will be handled on a case-by-case basis.

As a result, CMS is temporarily suspending its acceptance of any new seamless enrollment proposals.

For MA organizations currently approved to offer seamless conversion enrollments, CMS will soon issue a Health Plan Management System (HPMS) memorandum clarifying current policy and requirements.

On November 18, 2015, CMS hosted a Part C and Part D User Call to respond to questions and clarify policies outlined in guidance.

As a result of that call, CMS is providing some additional resources to help plans prepare and implement the operational changes for processing good cause reinstatement requests: As plans begin to process good cause requests, they are encouraged to submit feedback and questions.

Plans are not able to effectuate enrollments for this one-time SEP; all requests must come into CMS via 1-800-MEDICARE by the beneficiary and will be handled on a case-by-case basis.

As a result, CMS is temporarily suspending its acceptance of any new seamless enrollment proposals.

For MA organizations currently approved to offer seamless conversion enrollments, CMS will soon issue a Health Plan Management System (HPMS) memorandum clarifying current policy and requirements.

On November 18, 2015, CMS hosted a Part C and Part D User Call to respond to questions and clarify policies outlined in guidance.

As a result of that call, CMS is providing some additional resources to help plans prepare and implement the operational changes for processing good cause reinstatement requests: As plans begin to process good cause requests, they are encouraged to submit feedback and questions.

Users can sign in to and download and install the desktop apps and access services.