What is a Special Enrollment Period (SEP)?

A Special Enrollment Period (or SEP) allows you to make changes to your coverage outside standard enrollment periods if you meet certain special circumstances. Examples of situations that may qualify you for an SEP include your losing creditable coverage, moving to a new service area or if you’re existing plan no longer offers Part D coverage.

Posted on: July 16, 2015
by
Vice President of Medicare Solutions

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