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Coming to a state near you. JSA holds live product trainings throughout the country.
With the release of the Medicare Trustee report last month, we are beginning to see what the possible costs of Medicare will be in 2017. The report shows a potential 20% increase for the Part B premium, which would bring the base monthly premium from $121.80 to $149. For those on a fixed income, this could be a substantial hit to the budget.
In February of 2016, CMS released a few changes to the First Tier, Downstream, and Related Entities (FDR) requirements. CMS now requires sponsors to complete two online certifications, one being a Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) training and the other a General Compliance Training. This training must be completed within 90 days of hire and annual thereafter.
In order to participate in the 2017 Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug Plans sales agents, and their downlines, must complete the required CMS training in addition to the company specific certifications.
Federal regulators recently announced they are considering a ban on the sale of Hospital Indemnity and Critical Illness policies. The “Tri-Agency” Team – the Internal Revenue Service, the Employee Benefits Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – has included this proposal in a new batch of draft regulations that also proposes to limit short-term major medical insurance coverage to three months maximum. The reason given for these proposals is consumer protection.