Scope of Sales Appointment
Agents must document the scope of a marketing appointment to ensure understanding between the agent and the Medicare beneficiary. The information on this form is confidential and should be completed by the beneficiary or their authorized representative.
By entering your information above and clicking Submit, you are giving permission to have a licensed sales agent contact you by email, telephone or cell phone to provide additional information about products and services. Your consent is voluntary and allows us to contact you via email, text messaging, artificial or prerecorded voice messages, or automatic dialing for marketing purposes. You may contact us to change your preferences at any time. Data use charges and rates from your cellular carrier may apply.
This is a solicitation for insurance. By submitting this form, you agree to be contacted by a licensed sales agent to discuss the types of products you selected above. Please note, the person who will discuss the products is either employed or contracted by a Medicare plan. They do not work directly for the Federal government. This individual may also be paid based on your enrollment in a plan.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services requires agents to document the scope of a marketing appointment prior to any sales meeting to ensure understanding of what will be discussed between the agent and the Medicare beneficiary (or their authorized representative). All information provided on this form is confidential and should be completed by each person with Medicare or his/her authorized representative.
*Scope of Appointment documentation is subject to CMS record retention requirements* A Coordinated Care plan with a Medicare Advantage contract and a Medicare-approved Part D sponsor
Stand-alone Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Part D)
Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (PDP) - A stand-alone drug plan that adds prescription drug coverage to Original Medicare, some Medicare Cost plans, some Medicare Private Fee-for-Service plans, and Medicare Medical Savings Account plans.
Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) and Cost Plans
Medicare Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Plan - A Medicare Advantage Plan that provides all Original Medicare Part A and Part B health coverage and sometimes covers Part D prescription drug coverage. PPOs have network doctors and hospitals but you can also use out-of-network providers, usually at a higher cost.
Medicare Point of Service (POS) Plan - A type of Medicare Advantage Plan available in a local or regional area which combines the best feature of an HMO with an out-of-network benefit. Like the HMO, members are required to designate an in-network physician to be the primary health care provider. You can use doctors, hospitals, and providers outside of the network for an additional cost.
Medicare Special Needs Plan (SNP) - A Medicare Advantage Plan that has a benefit package designed for people with special health care needs. Examples of the specific groups served include people who have both Medicare and Medicaid, people who reside in nursing homes, and people who have certain chronic medical conditions.
Medicare Medical Savings Account (MSA) Plan - MSA Plans combine a high deductible health plan with a bank account. The plan deposits money from Medicare into the account. You can use it to pay your medical expenses until your deductible is met.
Plans offering additional benefits for consumers who are looking to cover needs for dental, vision or hearing. These plans are not affiliated or connected to Medicare.
Hospital Indemnity Products
Plans offering additional benefits; payable to consumers based upon their medical utilization; sometimes used to defray copays/coinsurance. These plans are not affiliated or connected to Medicare.
Medicare Supplement (Medigap) Products
Plans offering a supplemental policy to fill “gaps” in Original Medicare coverage. A Medigap policy typically pays some or all of the deductible and coinsurance amounts applicable to Medicare-covered services, and sometimes covers items and services that are not covered by Medicare, such as care outside of the country. These plans are not affiliated or connected to Medicare.