NCOA Connect

Medicare in 2022

Recorded On: 11/04/2021

What changes are coming to Medicare benefits in 2022?

Join us for this webinar to discover:

  1. What your clients with Medicare can expect to pay for coverage in the coming year
  2. Trends in the landscape of health and drug plans being offered
  3. Enhancement that have been made to Medicare Plan Finder to improve its usability
  4. Changes states have made to the Medicare Savings Programs since the pandemic, and
  5. Special circumstances affecting enrollment

Ann Kayrish

Senior Program Manager for Medicare

National Council on Aging

Ann is the Senior Program Manager, for Medicare at NCOA where she helps local, state and regional organizations develop and implement strategies to find, counsel and assist Medicare beneficiaries apply and enroll in benefits for which they may be eligible.

Over the past 25 years Ann has had the opportunity to work in many parts of the health care industry including managed care, patient assistance programs, and provider and sales force relations.  Prior to joining NCOA, Ann managed the operations for the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) in Montgomery County, Maryland helping the most vulnerable populations gain access to the health care benefits and services.  

Ann received her B.S. in Health Care Management from Kings College in Wilke-Barre, PA and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, IN.

Brandy Bauer (Moderator)

Associate Director, Center for Benefits Access

National Council on Aging

Brandy Bauer is Associate Director of the Center for Benefits Access at the National Council on Aging (NCOA), where she coordinates all communications for the MIPPA Resource Center, identifies and promotes promising strategies to increase benefits access for older adults, and educates consumers about scams targeting older adults. Previously, she spent a decade in the international health and human service sectors, working on improving access to services for vulnerable and marginalized populations, including refugee and war trauma survivors in Europe, and as a humanitarian aid worker in Afghanistan.

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Medicare in 2022
11/04/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)   |  90 minutes
11/04/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)   |  90 minutes
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