Coordination of Benefits with Medicare
This course explains how and when Medicare coordinates claims payments when a person with Medicare has other insurance.
Medicare & Medicaid Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Prevention
You'll learn how to prevent, spot, and report suspected fraud, waste, or abuse in the Medicare and Medicaid Programs.
Medicare & Tax-Favored Health Programs
You'll learn the basics about what tax-favored health programs are and what you need to know, as you counsel people with Medicare to help them avoid possible penalties.
You'll get answers to common questions about Medicare Advantage Plans along with resources and job aids to help as you counsel people with Medicare.
Immigrants and Medicare
You'll learn when non-United States (U.S.) citizens, who move from other countries to the U.S. may qualify to get Medicare coverage. Timing of enrollment depends on their permanent resident status and how long they've lived in the U.S.
Medicare enrollment: U.S. citizens living abroad
You'll learn about enrollment considerations for U.S. citizens who live abroad, or plan to live abroad, understand if and when they can enroll in Medicare, how to enroll, and how their decisions can affect coverage and costs.
Medicare enrollment: People with disabilities
You'll learn about enrollment and coverage considerations for people with disabilities who are under 65 and what their options will be when they turn 65.
Still working: Medigap, Part D / C
If you delayed enrollment in Medicare because you were still working at age 65 and you aren't getting Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits, you should be aware of how that decision can impact your enrollment and timing for Medicare Supp
Automatic enrollment: Part A / B
You'll learn when Medicare enrollment is automatic. In the past, typical ages for Medicare and Social Security benefits enrollment were the same. Now, that has changed.
Still working: Part A / B
Even if you have coverage through current employment, you may still need to make some important Medicare enrollment decisions about Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medical Insurance).