NAHU Medicare Certification
CE Requested in all 50 states: Workbook
Viewing Materials – Video
Targeted Audience: life and health agents with experience in the industry
Course Overview/Objective: What follows in this course is an intermediate introduction with a retrospective of the Medicare program’s long and varied history since its introduction in 1965, aimed at helping you better understand the complexities of the senior health market and the details of the various Medicare-related products that are now available. There will be discussion covering origins and original intent of Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid, and go on to chronicle some of the major legislation and recent changes that has shaped the products we sell today. The discussion then turns to the current market as well as what the system could look like in the future, and closes with an explanation of how agents can best serve their client navigation through the Medicare maze.
• Introduction to Medicare Insurance
• The Future of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid
• Medicare Part A and Part B in Depth
• Medicare Advantage and Part D in Depth
• SNPs, Dual Eligibles and Getting Extra Help
• Selling Medicare-Related Products
• Selecting the Right Plan and Options
• Regulations and Recent Changes to Medicare
Study Method: Online/ Self pace / Correspondence
CE Rules by state
NAHU Course Refund Policy: In order to be eligible for a course refund, the student will have to request a refund within one year of the purchase date. In addition, the course must be intact, meaning the student has not begun the course. If the student is entitled to a refund, NAHU will refund the purchase price using the original method of payment.
If a printed textbook is included in the course purchase and has been mailed to the student, the cost of the textbook is non-refundable. The cost of the textbook will be deducted from the course refund.