Mrs. Quinn has just turned 65, is in excellent health and has a relatively high income. She uses no medications and sees no reason to spend

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Mrs. Quinn has just turned 65, is in excellent health and has a relatively high income. She uses no medications and sees no reason to spend money on a Medicare prescription drug plan if she does not need the coverage. She currently does not have creditable coverage. What could you tell her about the implications of such a decision?

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Charlie 4 months 2022-01-02T10:30:01+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-01-02T10:31:19+00:00

    Answer:

    we all want to leave long, even our four father’s use medication (herbs) to take care of themselves. But, she’s in excellent health care.

    Explanation:

    The certificate of creditable coverage is intended to establish an individual’s prior creditable coverage for purposes of reducing the extent to which a plan or issuer offering health insurance coverage in the group market can apply a preexisting condition exclusion.

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    2022-01-02T10:31:33+00:00

    Answer:

    If she does not sign up for a medicare prescription drug plan as soon as she is eligible to do so. The answer is (b).

    Explanation:

    It is correct.

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