As the agency reviews auto-enrollment policies,

CMS To Temporarily Stop Accepting New Plan Proposals For Medicare Seamless Enrollment

October 21, 2016
CMS is temporarily suspending acceptance of new proposals that allow Medicare Advantage plans to automatically enroll new Medicare beneficiaries, a move praised by the Center for Medicare Advocacy, which is pushing for more consumer protections as CMS reviews its so-called seamless enrollment policies. The agency also released data on which plans have been approved to use this tool. Insurers that offer both Medicare and non-Medicare health plans -- including Medicaid managed care plans, Qualified Health Plans in the marketplace or...

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