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A group health plan's prescription drug coverage is considered creditable if its actuarial value equals or exceeds the actuarial value of standard Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. Prescription drug coverage that does not meet this standard is called \u201cnon-creditable.\u201d
You can apply online or you can mail your completed CMS 40B, Application for Enrollment in Medicare - Part B (Medical Insurance) to your local Social Security office.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) requires that health insurance issuers, group health plans and/or employers issue a HIPAA certificate of creditable coverage when a person's health coverage ends.
By eliminating preexisting condition exclusions from all group health plans, the need to distribute certificates of creditable coverage is obsolete as of January 1, 2015.
The Notice of Creditable Coverage works as proof of your coverage when you first become eligible for Medicare. Those who have creditable coverage through an employer or union receive a Notice of Creditable Coverage in the mail each year. This notice informs you that your current coverage is creditable.
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A certificate of Creditable Coverage (COCC) is a document provided by your previous insurance carrier that proves that your insurance has ended. This includes the name of the member to whom it applies as well as the coverage effective date and cancelation date.
The Notice of Creditable Coverage works as proof of your coverage when you first become eligible for Medicare. Those who have creditable coverage through an employer or union receive a Notice of Creditable Coverage in the mail each year. This notice informs you that your current coverage is creditable.
A certificate of Creditable Coverage (COCC) is a document provided by your previous insurance carrier that proves that your insurance has ended. This includes the name of the member to whom it applies as well as the coverage effective date and cancelation date.
Employers must provide creditable or non-creditable coverage notice to all Medicare eligible individuals who are covered under, or who apply for, the entity's prescription drug plan (Part D eligibles), whether active employees or retirees, at least once a year.
You need to get the completed form from your employer and include it with your Application for Enrollment in Medicare (CMS-40B). Then you send both together to your local Social Security office. Find your local office here: www.ssa.gov.

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