Which is the SEP to use for July 1 Part B entitlement?

Apr 1, 2019

  1. wehotex
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    Prospect already has Part A and picked up Part B during the General Enrollment Period for 7-1-19 effective date.

    IEP?
    Part B delayed?
     
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    See attached....may have to rotate pages on the doc. Could have SEP, depending on reason for delaying enrollment in Part B. If not, will have to wait until AEP Oct/15-Dec/7 for Jan 1 start date. If you search doc for GEP, you'll get your answer.
     

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    I think Social Security is concerned with Part B entitlement or enrollment. What specifically is your question?

    On the surface, it seems like you are asking a very unclear question and have not obtained information you should have gotten from the prospect.
     
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    What are they trying to get? Part C with rx coverage or D? Not if they didn’t have creditable coverage.
    Unless I’m missing something
     
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    Yes. It is IEP. His Part B doesn't start until July 1 so that is when his IEP starts.
     
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    For someone who has Part A and gets Part B during the GEP (Jan - March), they use ICEP (not IEP) to get MA/MAPD during Apr - June for a July 1 effective date (which is their Part B effective date).

    Look at ICEP #2, first point, below.

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    This is the correct answer for MA/MAPD. Won't be able to pick up a stand-alone PDP unless an SEP is available like AlphaWave2k mentioned.
     
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    Thanks everyone! The ICEP had worked on several of my cases already.
     
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    Just got an email from Wellcare about their MAPD and part b starting on July 1 with a part A effective date earlier.

    In red bold they stated, “
    On the application, page 6, you must choose either #13, loss of group coverage OR #19, OTHER-New to Part B. In addition, you must choose SEP on page 7 and write loss of group OR New to Part B.

    · DO NOT USE IEP/ICEP as your application will be rejected! J”
     
    Chazm, Apr 17, 2019
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