Four Stages of Medicare Part D

  It’s easy to see why Many people are confused by the Medicare part D plan coverage deductibles, limits and the donut hole. We have provided this graphic for you, our clients and friends to make it a little easier to see in a pie chart. Click the link below to download this graphic bulletin. 2018 Four Stages Of Medicare Part D   Want to compare part D plans in your area quickly? Click here   Have more questions? Call us today at (215)355-2121.

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Total Benefit Solutions Recertifies with Humana Medicare

Once again Total Benefit Solutions will be offering Humana Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicare Supplements and Medicare Part D PDP Drug plans as we have recertified with Humana. Ask us today if a Medicare plan from Humana might be a good fit for you. Watch this short video to learn more about Humana PDP plans.  

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Humana and Tenet have reached a new network agreement

Humana and Tenet have reached a new network agreement Humana is pleased to announce we have signed a new agreement, effective June 1, 2017, that allows Humana commercial, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, and individual exchange health plan members to receive in-network care at Tenet hospitals, hospital-affiliated outpatient centers, and with Tenet physicians. We are currently in the process of loading Tenet providers to all applicable systems. There may be a delay in providers appearing in Physician Finder even though they are participating. For the best possible member experience, as always, we advise the member to check Physician Finder before seeking non-emergent care from a provider in order to help avoid any… Read More

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Humana and Tenet have reached a new network agreement

Humana and Tenet have reached a new network agreement Humana is pleased to announce we have signed a new agreement, effective June 1, 2017, that allows Humana commercial, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, and individual exchange health plan members to receive in-network care at Tenet hospitals, hospital-affiliated outpatient centers, and with Tenet physicians. We are currently in the process of loading Tenet providers to all applicable systems. There may be a delay in providers appearing in Physician Finder even though they are participating. For the best possible member experience, as always, we advise the member to check Physician Finder before seeking non-emergent care from a provider in order to help avoid any… Read More

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Lost your health coverage?

  Losing other health coverage, including losing a job-based plan, aging off a parent’s coverage at 26, losing coverage through divorce, losing eligibility for Medicaid or CHIP, and similar events. Coverage can take effect: The first day of the month after you enroll and after the loss of coverage Enrollment window: From 60 days before to 60 days after losing your other coverage Important: If you leave your job for any reason and lose your job-based health coverage, you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. But you don’t get an SEP if you voluntarily drop: a job-based plan without leaving your job; an individual insurance plan; unexpired COBRA coverage; or… Read More

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Lost your health coverage?

  Losing other health coverage, including losing a job-based plan, aging off a parent’s coverage at 26, losing coverage through divorce, losing eligibility for Medicaid or CHIP, and similar events. Coverage can take effect: The first day of the month after you enroll and after the loss of coverage Enrollment window: From 60 days before to 60 days after losing your other coverage Important: If you leave your job for any reason and lose your job-based health coverage, you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. But you don’t get an SEP if you voluntarily drop: a job-based plan without leaving your job; an individual insurance plan; unexpired COBRA coverage; or… Read More

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Health Reform: Healthcare.Gov Sneak Preview

Healthcare.Gov Sneak Preview Announced Yesterday, Affordable Care Act customers can peek at 2015 prices for the program’s health plans today after the government released a “window-shopping” feature overnight Here is a direct link to the 2015 “sneak preview”: https://www.healthcare.gov/see-plans/ If you have any questions or concerns about your 2015 enrollment, please contact Total Benefit Solutions at (215)355-2121

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Total Benefit Solutions is your Marketplace Navigator

What do you get with Total Benefit Solutions as your Marketplace Navigator? A broker who is Unbiased and objective  Trained Local Certified Licensed Insured Up to date Representing you Part of a team of dedicated professionals Click here for more information and to see our “Marketplace Navigator” brochure: Individual Enrollment Navigator Brochure  

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2015 Health Reform: Prepare for Health Insurance Open Enrollment

Preparing for 2015 Open Enrollment Getting prepared for open enrollment 2015 has been a major challenge. Total Benefit Solutions is dedicated to serving all of our clients throughout this second annual open enrollment period. With that in mind our offices will be open on the weekend of November 15th 2014 to help you get enrolled. Open enrollment for individual plans begins November 15th, 2014 and ends February 15th 2015. Anyone who enrolls prior to the 15th of the month will be effective the 1st of the next month. This is important because you must enroll by December 15th in order for your plan to be effective on January 1st, 2015… Read More

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Will you get financial help when you purchase health insurance?

Will you get financial help when you purchase health insurance?   This handy new brochure from Humana is simple to understand. Download it today for a better understanding of your situation. You may qualify for help buying your health insurance. As always, contact us at Total Benefit Solutions Inc if you have any questions or concerns. We can be reached at (215)355-2121. Click here to download

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What is Critical Illness Insurance?

Why Critical Illness as a “wrap” plan Because: They’re more affordable than you might think. They’re available for employer  groups, individuals and seniors. They make selecting a health plan easier. They provide peace of mind against a catastrophic event and large out of pocket expenses. They’re person and portable, it doesn’t matter where you get your health insurance from, having your own critical illness plan makes it better. Many clients have asked how they can supplement their employees coverage when they get enrolled through the affordable care act healthcare.gov marketplace. Employers are permitted to offer wrap plans that consist of “excepted benefits”, meaning they are not regulated by the affordable… Read More

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