How Medicare Works with Job-Based Insurance

About this webinar

Job-based insurance is insurance offered by an employer or union for current employees and family members. This coverage can allow for a delay in Medicareenrollment, but it may be wise to enroll in Medicare depending on whether the job-based insurance pays primary or secondary. 

Date:  Thursday, March 24
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

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Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • The difference between primary and secondary insurance 
  • Medicare and Employer Group Health Plans 
  • How Medicare and retiree insurance work together 
  • How Medicare works with COBRA 
  • The Part B Special Enrollment Period (SEP) 
  • Medicare enrollment outside of set enrollment periods 
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

How to Navigate Medicare and Make Smart Financial Decisions

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Navigating various Medicareenrollment and coverage decisions—while weighing financial circumstances—can be overwhelming. Learn the ins and outs of Medicare enrollment and coverage and gain the necessary tools to help you or your clients weigh Medicare options and make smart financial decisions. 

Date:  Thursday, April 28
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

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Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Making Medicare enrollment decisions
    • Medicare costs
    • Medicare costs for people with higher incomes (IRMAA)
    • Job-based and retiree insurance options
    • Medicare and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) 
  • Making Medicare coverage decisions
    • Original Medicare
    • Medicare Advantage
    • Medicare supplemental insurance (Medigaps)
    • Part D prescription drug coverage 
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

Medicare Coverage for People with ESRD

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Medicareenrollment and coverage rules are different for people who have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), which is kidney failure that requires transplant or dialysis. Find out the various ESRD Medicare coverage rules and how people with ESRD can avoid coverage problems. 

Date:  Thursday, August 25
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • ESRD Medicare eligibility and enrollment  
  • ESRD Medicare coverage and costs 
  • Medicare, ESRD, and employer insurance 
  • Medigap, Medicare Advantage, and Part D for people with ESRD 
  • Medicare coverage of immunosuppressant drugs after a kidney transplant 
  • ESRD and the Health Insurance Marketplaces 
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

Fall Open Enrollment and Medicare Reminders

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Fall Open Enrollment takes place from October 15 to December 7 and is the time of year when people with Medicare can make unrestricted changes to their coverage options. Knowing how to navigate coverage options will help you or your clients make the most informed decisions during Fall Open Enrollment. 

Date:  Thursday, September 22
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Changes beneficiaries can make during Fall Open Enrollment 
  • Strategies for making coverage decisions 
  • Medicare marketing rules 
  • Important Medicare reminders  
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

An Advocate’s Guide to Medicare Part B Enrollment

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While many individuals are automatically enrolled in Medicare Part B when they turn 65, and many others enroll when they turn 65 or when they or their spouse retire, too many others delay enrollment based on misinformation or lack of information and later discover they face penalties and gaps in coverage.

This webinar complements the Medicare Rights Center’s in-depth Medicare Advocacy Toolkits on Medicare enrollment and serves as a resource to help advocates navigate various Part B enrollment challenges.

Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Medicare Part B enrollment basics
  • Enrolling in Medicare during the Initial Enrollment Period and General Enrollment Period
  • Using the Part B Special Enrollment Period
  • Using the Medicare Savings Program to enroll in Part B
  • Requesting equitable relief
  • Other troubleshooting strategies

 

What’s New in Medicare for 2022?

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Each year, there are changes to Medicare costs. There are also several important changes that affect Medicare coverage that you should be aware of when helping clients in 2022. 

Date:  Thursday, January 27
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

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Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Annual changes in Medicare costs 
  • Medicare Advantage eligibility for people with ESRD 
  • Medicare coverage reminders 
  • Opportunities for beneficiaries to change coverage in 2022 
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

What to Know About Medicare Before Retirement

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Those enrolling in Medicare for the first time have to know when to enroll and what sort of coverage works best for them. Learn how to enroll in Medicare and how to decide between your coverage options when you are retiring.

Date:  Thursday, May 26
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

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Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Enrolling in Medicare after you retire
  • Coverage options for people with Medicare, including Medicare Advantage and Medigaps
  • Programs for people with low incomes that help reduce Medicare costs
  • Resources when you have questions about Medicare
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.

How to Use the Medicare Appeals Process

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Navigating the Medicare appeals process—whether for Original Medicare, Part D, or Medicare Advantage—can be daunting. Learn when you or your clients are eligible to appeal, the various deadlines, and tips for filing.

Date:  Thursday, June 23
Time:  3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern Time
Fee:    $40 per person for the live webinar and recording, or
$30 per person for the recording only

Experts from the Medicare Rights Center will answer your questions about the following topics:

  • Medicare Summary Notices (MSN), Explanation of Benefits (EOB), and Advance Beneficiary Notices (ABN)
  • Filing an appeal with a health or drug plan
  • Appealing an Income-Related Monthly Adjustment Amount (IRMAA) determination
  • Understanding good cause extensions
Webinar recordings are available within 24 hours after the live webinar concludes. All 2022 webinar recordings will expire on December 31, 2022.