SEP

Posted February 10th, 2021 in Producers

On Jan. 28th, President Biden issued an executive order creating a special enrollment period (SEP) from Feb. 15 – May 15.

Join Flex University and Bright Health's Illinois Broker Manager, Jaizon Plaga, for a virtual product refresher training to get you ready for this new SEP, including:
 

Posted May 16th, 2016 in Producers, Employers
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) unveiled a new interim final rule on May 6, 2016 which amends certain special enrollment periods (SEPs) in the individual marketplace and revises certain rules pertaining to consumer operated and oriented plans (CO-OPs). The rule aims to curb abuse of the SEP, which insurers have said is occurring when consumers claim to have a qualifying event but actually do not. The rule also aims to strengthen the CO-OP program.
Posted January 29th, 2016 in Producers, Employers, Individuals

Insurance companies are concerned that some people are abusing the Special Enrollment Period (SEP) that is available in the individual marketplace. They have indicated at least some people are delaying enrollment in coverage until they get sick, applying for coverage only once they need it, and then canceling the coverage after treatment. They further argue that there aren’t enough rules in place to verify if a person actually experienced a qualifying event which would trigger a SEP.

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