MA to Mutual of Omaha... GI?

Nov 17, 2008

  1. G.Gordon
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    Well brag about something and it will dry up. I had a carrier that would take anyone on MA... they hate that market. Well know they'll only do it within the first year, blah, blah, blah...

    Someone mentioned that M.O will take anyone off MA... no questions asked.

    I have questions about how to answer the questions about prior coverage. Anyone with actual success getting those off MA and on M.O that otherwise will not pass underwriting.

    Your welcome to give me a call. toll free

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    I'm having a crisis and need answers ASAP.
     
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    Yes. In the 12 month window, for sure, whether or not they were originally with them or not.
     
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    What about "outside" that 12 month window... that is what I'm dealing with.
     
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    The only carrier that will take them unless they have ESRD is AARP/UHC med supps. They consider a MA as creditable coverage. Which is strange as other companies do not.

    Unless you're in a GI state like MO, seems they have to answer the UW questions.
     
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    policy doctor, I know you know... But, to clarify...

    AARP and UHC "SecureHorizons" are not similar for health underwritten MedSupps.

    I've tried to get UHC to mirror Mutual's 12 month trial termed MA GI's.

    UHC will not GI voluntary group terminations and Mutual last week opened this up.
     
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