Are you in a Special Enrollment Period?

Special Enrollment Periods or (SEPS) are times when you can change or enroll on your Part D drug plan other than the open enrollment each year between November 15th and December 31st.

WE CAN HELP YOU during these times to get a cost comparison that will enable you to enroll on the drug plan that covers ALL your medications at the LOWEST co-pays. If you have been arbitrarily enrolled on a Part D Drug Plan because you were awarded “extra help” we can make sure the plan covers your drugs. Many times Medicare does not check the prescriptions you are taking before they enroll you on a plan for “exta help”. We will do that for you and change your plan so that ALL your meds are covered.

Toll Free – 866-752-1795

The SEPS are listed below:

Turning 65 and new to Medicare

Recently moved outside of the service area of current plan

Duel-Eligible or have BOTH Medicare and Medicaid or state help

Recently approved for Medicare Part D Assistance

Live in a Long Term Care Facility or nursing home

Recently “left” a PACE program

Moved out of a Long Term Care Facility or nursing home or rehab hospital

Recently involuntarily lost creditable drug coverage

Losing coverage from an employer

Belong to a pharmacy assistance program provided by state

Recently returned to the US after living permanently outside the US

In last 12 months left Traditional Medicare Supplement to join a Medicare Advantage Plan for the first time

In last 12 months returning to Traditional Medicare Supplement after leaving a Medicare Advantage Plan

Please note: If you joined a Medicare Advantage Plan and are unhappy with it for any reason, you have 12 months to get back on a Traditional Supplement with NO underwriting or answering health questions. Please call us toll-free at 866-752-1795 with any questions you may have about changing coverage.

Please write to me, Karyn Blake, here at My Part D USA’s blog at Or you can email this article to a friend.

Published by mypartdusa on September 28, 2007 in Special Enrollment Periods for Part D Drug Plans.

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