Are You Ready for the Annual Enrollment Period?

The Annual Enrollment Period Journey Begins Soon The upcoming Medicare Annual Enrollment Period is your chance to help meet your senior-age clients’ needs. As you prepare for this fast-paced journey – the Annual Enrollment Period begins Oct. 15 and ends on Dec. 7, 2021 – here are just some of the ways Mutual of Omaha supports your sales efforts: Easy-to-Use e-Apps Our Med supp e-App is the easiest and fastest way to get business issued. Attention-Getting Marketing Resources Make a strong first impression with our marketing and prospecting materials. Value-Added Perks for Customers All Med supp policies include perks to
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Mutual of Omaha – A Company You Can Trust

Mutual of Omaha – A Company You Can Trust Mutual of Omaha issued its first Medicare supplement insurance policy more than 55 years ago, and in recent years we’ve added competitive dental and prescription drug plan solutions. Today, our commitment to help your producers meet the needs of their senior-age clients is stronger than ever. Our formula for success is simple – offer people the coverage they want at competitive prices and provide them the convenience of working with one company. Learn more about our Medicare Solutions Portfolio and the tools, rewards and support that can help your producers grow
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CVS Health announces COVID-19 resources for Aetna members

In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak, CVS Health announced a series of steps designed to support the health and well-being of Aetna members, ensure patient access to medication, and remove barriers to care. Effective immediately: Aetna will waive co-pays for all diagnostic testing related to COVID-19. This policy will cover the cost of physician-ordered testing for patients who meet CDC guidelines, which can be done in any approved laboratory location. Aetna will waive the member costs associated with diagnostic testing for all Commercial, Medicare and Medicaid lines of business. Self-insured plan sponsors will be able to opt-out of
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Categories: Aetna, Industry News, and Medicare Supp./Adv..