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This written disclosure notice must be provided annually prior to October 15th, and at various other times as required under the law, to the following individuals:
Medicare-eligible active working individuals and their dependents (including a Medicare-eligible individual when he or she joins the plan);
Model notices are available from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Additionally, employers are required to complete an online disclosure to CMS to report the creditable coverage status of their prescription drug plans. This disclosure is also required annually, no later than 60 days from the beginning of a plan year, and at certain other times.
If you have questions regarding this subject or other aspects of your benefit plans, please contact a team member of Summit Benefit Solutions.
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