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  1. Medicare Part B

    ... to Know IMPORTANT NOTICE - Retirees Must Read Medicare Part B (Only for US based Doctors) Effective 01 January 2011, ... US-based plan, who have reached the age of 65 to enroll in Medicare Part B as soon as they become eligible in an effort to contain ...

    Jacqueline - 08/08/2018 - 14:57

  2. I have Medicare Part B: who is responsible for submitting the claims to Medicare and then to UN insurance (Aetna, Blue Cross or HIP)?

    For UN members that have Medicare and go to providers that accept Medicare , claims are automatically processed by Medicare and UN insurance (Aetna, Blue Cross, or HIP) as it is the ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  3. How do I find a Medicare doctor?

    Please visit www.medicare.gov . This is the most accurate resource in determining whether a Doctor is in Medicare . Please note that there are three categories of doctors in relation to Medicare : Participating doctors are those who accept the set ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  4. REIMBURSEMENT OF MEDICARE PART B PREMIUMS

    To ASHI retirees enrolled in Medicare Part B who have NOT received reimbursements since October 2015: Starting in November 2015, reimbursements for Medicare Part B premiums are being made on a monthly basis directly to your ... your banking information to the UN HLIS, please submit the Medicare Bank Information form (link below).  Attaching a voided cheque will ...

    Rakia - 01/18/2018 - 10:53

  5. Medicare Part B forms

    1. Medicare Part B - Newly Eligible - Cover Letter 2. Annex 1 - Summary of eligbility rules for Medicare Part A and B 3. Annex 2 - Medicare FAQ 4. Social Security Letter 5. Medicare ...

    Julie - 04/15/2021 - 13:20

  6. Am I eligible for Medicare?

    You are eligible for free Medicare Part A (hospitalization) if you contributed to Social Security for ... quarters (ten years) and will be automatically enrolled in Medicare when you turn 65. You are eligible for Medicare Part B ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  7. If my doctor opted out of Medicare, but is in the UN plan network, whose responsibility is it to file a claim?

    Doctors who opt out of Medicare are provided with a Medicare Opt-Out Letter. Most providers who opt out of Medicare are updated in Aetna and Blue Cross's Provider Databases already. ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  8. How will I be reimbursed for the Medicare Part B premium by the UN?

    ... Beginning 2016, the reimbursements for Medicare Part B premiums will be made directly to your bank account on a ... Life Insurance Section will need to receive a duly filled Medicare Part B Reimbursement form along with a copy of the letter/notice ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  9. My spouse (not a s/m) has Medicare, what is his or her primary plan?

    If you are a retired staff member, Medicare is primary for your spouse and the UN insurance (Aetna, Blue Cross, ... staff member, the UN insurance is always primary and Medicare secondary, even if you or your spouse have Medicare Part B .  ...

    Rakia - 05/08/2020 - 05:37

  10. Medicare Part B

    ... UNHQ Health & Life Insurance Programme has made Medicare Part B a requirement effective 1 January 2011 for all eligible ASHI ... to contain medical cost . Please find below various Medicare -related forms: Medicare Part B Annual Reimbursement Form ...

    Rakia - 01/18/2018 - 10:41