So your employer cannot require you to take Medicare when you turn 65 or offer you a different kind of insurance — for example, by paying the premiums for Medicare supplemental insurance or a Medicare Advantage plan — as an inducement to enroll in Medicare and drop your employer plan.
“No one has admitted any wrongdoing or proven any wrongdoing in this case,” she said.
Lord also said CSS helped more than 800 of its patients transition to other mental health agencies across Minnesota.
The share of Americans without health insurance has been cut in half since 2013.
Many of the reforms instituted by the Affordable Care Act of 2010 were designed to extend health care coverage to those without it; however, high cost growth continues unabated.
You may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period regardless of whether you applied through: You gained a new dependent or became a dependent of someone else due to a court order.
Your coverage would start the effective date of the court order – even if you enroll in the plan up to 60 days afterward.
When you eventually retire, or leave work, you'll be entitled to a special enrollment period of eight months to sign up for Part B without incurring a late penalty.
In most cases, for as long as you have group health insurance provided by an employer for whom you are still working, you can delay enrolling in Part B, which covers doctors visits and other outpatient services and requires a monthly premium.
You then become eligible for a premium tax credit and other savings on a Marketplace plan, if you qualify based on your income.