Discounted AHIP Training
Marketing Medicare Advantage + Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Introducing a new way of learning that saves you valuable hours you need to grow your business.
Now there’s one single source for both Medicare and Fraud, Waste and Abuse (FWA) training. Our comprehensive online program gives you the background to make informed decisions on Medicare, including plan options, marketing, enrollment requirements, and FWA guidelines.
AHIP’s 2019 Medicare + Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training will be available on June 15, 2018.
Note: AHIP’s 2018 Medicare + Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training will no longer be available after June 15, 2018
You will learn how to identify Fraud, Waste and Abuse, and find out what the industry is doing to detect and prevent fraud. In addition, you will learn about the legal tools used to combat FWA and find out what your obligations are in reporting FWA.
Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription drug plans offer eligible individuals the opportunity to receive coverage for Medicare-covered medical services and prescription drugs through a variety of private plans.
The AHIP Center for Insurance Education and Professional Development’s course, Marketing Medicare Advantage and Part D Prescription Drug Plans: Understanding Medicare Basics, Plan Types, Marketing and Enrollment Requirements, is designed to provide those marketing to individual beneficiaries and groups, including agents, brokers, and health insurance plan marketing staff, with the information needed to:
- help beneficiaries understand the basics of Medicare fee-for-service eligibility and benefits;
- help Medicare beneficiaries learn about the different types of Medicare Advantage and Part D prescription drug plans, eligibility, and how to get covered services; and
- marketing and enrollment requirements under the Medicare Advantage and Part D programs.
This online course is designed to allow participants to obtain core training that can meet the needs of multiple plans for both initial training and annual re-training certifications required to market individual and employer group Medicare Advantage and Part D plans to Medicare beneficiaries. It is intended to complement plan-specific training about individual company products.