Part D Late Enrollment Penalty
How is the penalty calculated?
The penalty applies where there is period of 63 or more days in a row when you don’t have Part D or other creditable prescription drug coverage.
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Appeals form & Where to send it
If you are being charged a Late Enrollment Penalty (LEP), you may request an LEP Reconsideration appeal with Maximus Federal Services, the Part D Qualified Independent Contractor. . CMS.gov * Just fill out the form and wait… Be sure to read the form below for reasons to file an appeal. There are not that many.
Click on the link, If you don’t see the Part D Reconsideration Form
Click to visit Medicare’s Website on Part D Appeals
Consumer Links & Resources
Part D Prescription Drug Guide #11109 84 pages pdf
Medicare & You – See link in Side Panel
How to avoid penalty
Part D Late Enrollment Penalty Reconsideration Request Form cms.gov Appeals-and-Grievances/
Part D Rx 42 USC §1395 Late Enrollment Penalty on Cornell Law Website
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