2024 Medicare Recertification
Select Health accepts both AHIP and NABIP (formerly NAHU) for certification. AHIP will begin trainings on June 21, 2023. NABIP trainings begin on June 23, 2023. Product training for Select Health will be rolled out in early July. Watch for information coming soon.
All Medicare-appointed agents must complete this module to be considered ready to sell for 2024.
Not appointed? Please contact Agent.Relations@selecthealth.org or 801-442-4908.
Upcoming AEP Events
All agents are invited and encouraged to attend AEP Kick-off Events hosted in your area. These events will review exciting new 2024 plan and benefit information and provide helpful selling tips. Watch for the RSVP coming soon.
|Salt Lake & Utah County||September 7||Loveland Living Planet Aquarium|
|Davis County||September 21||Davis Convention Center|
|St. George||September 14||Foremaster Building
|Idaho Falls||September 12||Hilton Garden Inn|
|Twin Falls||September 13||Canyon Crest Events Center|
|Meridian||September 14 & 15||Galaxy Events Center|
|Las Vegas||September 19||Ahern Hotel|
Upcoming Agent Webinar
Join us to learn more about Select Health Medicare dental coverage and how it compares to other Medicare plans.
Friday, June 23
- 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. (MST) Idaho
- 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. (PST) Nevada
- 1:30 - 2:00 p.m. (MST) Utah
Remember, Select Health Medicare's 2023 HMO 5-Star rating from Medicare allows for one added Special Enrollment Period for clients looking for Medicare dental coverage!
Help your Select Health Medicare clients maximize their Over-the-Counter funds!
With the second quarter ending on June 30, check in with your clients in Utah and Nevada and make sure they are taking advantage of their quarterly Over-the-Counter (OTC) funds before they expire!
|Utah & Nevada||Quarterly benefit: new OTC funds available at the beginning of each quarter. Funds expire at the end of each quarter.
|Idaho||Annual benefit: OTC available at the beginning of the policy and expire at the end of the policy term.|
Five Star Special Election Period (SEP): The Select Health Medicare HMO plan was awarded five stars for 2023! This allows one additional Special Enrollment Period most plans may not be able to offer. The 2023 Five Star Special Enrollment Period will end November 30.
Select Health Medicare Dual (Utah Only): This is a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) specifically for clients who are enrolled in Medicare and full Medicaid. Clients are offered three additional enrollment periods, once a quarter, as their enrollment in Medicaid is re-evaluated. To learn more about Utah's Select Health's D-SNP HMO product, click here.
The Initial Coverage Election Period (ICEP): This enrollment period is for clients who are aging into Medicare. Enrollment is open starting three months prior to the client's birthday month and ends three months after their birthday month, for a total of seven months.
Permanent Address Change (SEP): Your clients have an SEP if they move out of a Medicare Advantage plan's service area and establish a permanent residence in a new service area that offers Medicare Advantage products.
Did you miss the live agent webinar on Select Health Medicare drug coverage? No need to worry! Watch it on demand.
Network Spotlight: Saltzer Health
Founded in 1961 by Dr. Joseph Saltzer, Saltzer Health was built on strong patient-doctor relationships built between generations of Idaho families. It has grown to include many urgent care and physician offices over the past 60 years. Specialties include family medicine, internal medicine, urgent care, ENT, behavioral health, cardiology, ophthalmology, gastroenterology, nephrology, rheumatology, sleep medicine, orthopedics, general surgery, physical therapy, and medical imaging. The Saltzer Health medical campus on Ten Mile is home to their advanced medical imaging services, general surgery, and Idaho’s only 24/7 Urgent Care.
Saltzer Health is in-network for all Select Health Medicare plans.
Visit saltzerhealth.org to learn more.
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