Medicare Part D Quiz - Web Quiz Test your Medicare Part D Knowledge! The Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003 created a voluntary prescription drug program for Medicare Part D eligible individuals. Under the act, group health plans that offer prescription drug coverage to active employees, retired employees and Medicare Part D eligible individuals must provide a notice of creditable or non-creditable coverage. Is your company compliant with Medicare Part D notice requirements? Take our quiz and find out! The first part of the quiz captures information then proceeds to quiz questions. After you view your results, click "Done" and you will be taken to a page to download a detailed answer sheet with explanations for each question and answer. OK Question Title * 1. First Name OK Question Title * 2. Last Name OK Question Title * 3. Company Name OK Question Title * 4. Work Email Address OK Question Title * 5. Work Phone Number OK Question Title * 6. Number of company employees? OK Question Title * 7. Company city and state OK Question Title * 8. When do we need to distribute Medicare Part D Creditable Coverage Notices to our participants? At a minimum, the notices must be provided to participants at the following times: A. Prior to the Medicare Part D Annual Coordinated Election Period which runs from October 15th through December 7th of each year (e. by October 14th) B. Prior to an individual’s Initial Enrollment Period for Part D C. Prior to the effective date of coverage for any Medicare eligible individual that joins the plan D. Whenever prescription drug coverage ends or changes so that it is no longer creditable or becomes creditable. E. Upon a beneficiary’s request. OK Question Title * 9. Who are we required to send the notice to? A. All employees. B. Retired employees. C. All Medicare eligible participants. D. Retired and disabled employees. OK Question Title * 10. Does the notice have to be mailed or can it be handed to the individual it pertains to? A. The notice must be mailed. B. The notice can be handed to the recipient. C. The notice can be mailed or handed to the recipient. D. The notice can neither be mailed or handed to the recipient. OK Question Title * 11. Does the notice go only to the employee or the spouse and children as well? A. Just to the employee. B. Separately to the employee and spouse. C. Just to the employee's spouse. D. Separately to the employee, spouse and child if they meet the notice requirements. OK Question Title * 12. For groups that do not renew on 1/1, when is the Online Disclosure Requirement due to CMS? D. Within 60 days before the beginning of the plan year. A. Within 30 days after the beginning of the plan year. C. Within 90 days after the beginning of the plan year. B. Within 60 days after the beginning of the plan year. OK Question Title * 13. If an individual that does not have creditable coverage and does not sign up for Medicare Part D during the Medicare Open Enrollment Season, is there a penalty for late enrollment? A. Yes B. No OK Question Title * 14. Should a new notice be issued if coverage changes? A. Yes B. No OK Question Title * 15. If a company does not complete the two-step Medicare Part D Creditable Coverage Notice process is there a penalty? A. Yes B. No OK GET RESULTS!