Thinking about getting into the Medicare market in the coming year?
If so, this is the time to start learning how it works.
Example: The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requires all Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D Plans to send their members an annual notice of change (ANOC) for the upcoming year.
This notice is usually presented in the form of a booklet and contains all the changes to the current member’s costs and benefits.
This booklet is typically received by October and can help the member decide if they wish to stay with their current plan or change to another.
As a licensed agent, this is a great opportunity for me to meet with my clients, as well as prospective clients to review their plan changes with them.
In my line of business, any opportunity to sit in front of potential clients is the perfect chance to grow my business.
A simple “Medicare Plan Review” can build a lot of rapport and leads to additional business opportunities and referrals.