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  1. Our employer-sponsored retiree health insurance is planning on a possible change to a UHC Medicare Advantage PPO from a regular UHC PPO. We are in discussions. What would be some of the questions and issues we should address before voting?

    • Hi Holly! This question is difficult to answer without knowing more information about what type of employer coverage you have with the UHC PPO plan currently. UHC PPO may or may not work similarly to a UHC Medicare Advantage PPO. I recently updated our FAQ article on Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplements that should help guide you on what questions to address before voting. For example, I would be asking questions like “what copays can you expect to pay out of pocket when you visit your providers now vs. Medicare Advantage PPO”, “what providers are in your current network vs. the Medicare Advantage PPO”, “what is the out-of-pocket maximum spend limit currently compared to the Medicare Advantage PPO”, etc. I would think the questions would be similar to the same questions you would ask when comparing Medigap with Medicare Advantage. I hope this helps!

  2. I have a niece that I have became her guardian through the courts . She has disability due from mental retardation from birth. Her father worked and kept her on his Insurance with his job. Now her Father got cancer in 2012 loss his job his home and filed for Medicare for his daughter then, how ever part D was not a law to have then as he continue to fight for his life while he took care of his daughter and 4 young grandsons they never made them selves guardians of their daughter as they did not know they needed to nor did he understand he ever needed to get a part D coverage for her she is 40 yrs now and he has passed a way . I am now playing catch up trying to get her a supplement plan or advantage plan to go with her Medicare . Now they are telling me she will have a Life time late enrollment penalty . Really she is like a 3 or 4 yr old who needs lots of daily help and her dad fought for his life every day he could. She isn’t 65 yrs she is healthy and takes no medicine at now . I am trying to do my best but this means she will pay a pentacle from 2015 to 2019 1% a month .this seems unfair since she could not help her self and her father was fighting every day for his life. Is this really true or is there any thing I can do to avoid this penalty for her .

    • Hi June. I’m so sorry about your current situation regarding your niece. Unfortunately yes, she will have a penalty for the rest of her life. If her income is low and she qualifies for Medicaid or Extra Help, her penalty would be waived. You could sign her up for a Medicare Advantage Plan that covers prescription medications and only have to pay the penalty she has incurred over the last four years. The 2020 Part D premium is $32.7, so if she went that route she would only have to pay somewhere around $16 per month. ($32.74 x .48 {4 years} = $15.71) The sooner you sign her up, the better. That way she will stop increasing her penalty and it will stay where it’s currently at. If she were to get a supplement plan & pick up Part D now, the monthly premium would be around $48.50. ($32.74 + $15.71 = $48.45) I would recommend looking into getting her Extra Help to see if she can get her penalty waived. I hope this helps!

  3. My husband is 79 and underwent chemo/radiation in 2018; cancer is now gone. however he is undergoing speech and swallowing therapy. We have a medicare advantage thru humana. Everytime there is a procedure or scans, xray we pay a co-pay of $325 or 220 or 180. Amaximum out of pocket of $10,000 for medical and meds together. Is there a better plan? he also has afib and kidney disease and copd. I have the same plan as him, my ailments are not as devastating but I do have a few. Suggestions?

    • Hi Ruthie! Unfortunately, your husband would not be approved for a Medigap plan. I would recommend two things in your situation. First, work with an agent during each AEP, which is right now, to find a lower cost advantage HMO if possible or PPO with all doctors in-network so his maximum out of pocket costs are lower. Second, since you’re a little healthier, you may be eligible for a Medigap plan. That would lower the total out of pocket costs between both of you.

  4. What would you suggest for a 59 year old female with malignant ascites, I have ssdi and they are putting me on medicare but no information on what my options are. I live in Washington state.

    • Hi Peggy! Unfortunately, not all states require carriers to offer Medigap plans to those on disability. Washington is one of those states that don’t require it, but some carriers may still offer it. However, the monthly premiums are usually higher for those on disability when compared to those that aged into Medicare.

      What most beneficiaries do in your situation is they enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan until they turn 65. Once they turn 65, those on disability will get another Open Enrollment Period that allows them to sign up for a Medigap plan. During this six-month window, you cannot be turned down due to your disability or charged higher premiums.

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