Medicare Advantage Marketing for Plan Year 2024: How to Manage the Risks & Challenges Presented by the New Medicare Marketing Rules (On-Demand Webinar)
Time: On Demand
Closed captions are available.
Overview: In this webinar, panelists discuss the latest details about the MA and Part D marketing rules and how they'll affect beneficiary engagement by MA organizations, Part D sponsors, and TPMOs. The webinar addresses significant challenges these groups have faced in understanding and implementing these new requirements. Valuable advice is also be provided on how to effectively manage the potential risks associated with overcoming these challenges. Get ready for the upcoming 2024 Medicare Advantage (MA) and Part D Annual Election Period (AEP) starting on October 1 for marketing and October 15 for enrollment. Important new rules will affect how MA and Part D plans can be advertised. These changes will impact what can and must be included in marketing materials, as well as how third-party marketing groups (TPMOs) interact with Medicare beneficiaries during their marketing activities.
- The panelists provide attendees with the latest information on the MA and Part D marketing rules and the material ways in which they have recently changed.
- The panel describes the rules’ impact on beneficiary engagement by MA organizations, Part D sponsors, and TPMOs.
- The panel tackles some of the biggest issues MA organizations, Part D sponsors, and TPMOs are facing as they seek to operationalize these requirements and provide valuable advice on how to manage the risks associated with overcoming these challenges.
David Kopans, Partner, DLA Piper LLP
Helaine Fingold, Member, Epstein Becker & Green
Larry Pliskin, SVP, Compliance & Associate General Counsel, Enhance Health
Laurie Poulos, Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, Tranzact
Annie Shieh, Sr. Director of Compliance and CA Compliance Officer, Bright Health Group
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