Unicare MA plan, need some help

Feb 28, 2008

  1. senior-advisor-indiana
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    Does anyone know what the benefits are to the Unicare pffs MA plan in Indiana? I am not contracted with them and there is no info about them on my marketing sites.

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    what county you in?
     
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    Medicare.Gov has em all.
    I've got a really good question, how would that same product work with a dual elligible with a spend down. Where or who can I get that info. Not much in Medicare and You.
     
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    Looks like Unicare has a numbre of programs in allen county...

    Medicare.gov - MOC : State By State Plans

    Unicare's MA are under the Security Choice Name...

    Have Fun...

    And just like every MA... When someone is on a spend down they will pay the full 20% of all bills till the spend down is met, with an MA they will pay all the copays until the spend down is met, best bet is to put a Dual Recipient in a SNP plan, if that is not available, then a regular Zero Premium plan would work....

    Be careful with PFFS's and Dual Eligibles though, sometimes they may have extra out of pocket costs.

    For example here in Ohio we have a PFFS through Secure Horizons... Medical Equipment Copay is 30%... Medicaid only covers 20% that Medicare doesnt cover.... so someone COULD be charged 10%

    Hope this helps!
     
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    If you would like to be contracted with unicare send an email to [email protected] and we will send you the paperwork. All contracting can be done over the phone and internet and you can be all set within a week or so.
     
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    How much do you pay per app?

    Do you release agents at anytime?

    Do you have to assign commissions to the GA?
     
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    How much do you pay per app?

    Do you release agents at anytime?

    Do you have to assign commissions to the GA?

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    See how you blow people off? LOL
     
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