Need ideas for how to promote the Medicare low-income subsidies? These samples can help.
See how aging and disability agencies have marketed their MIPPA services in these sample flyers and posters.
One Oklahoma SHIP provided a creative approach for saving money on Medicare in the form of a prescription tear-off pad.
How do you explain the Medicare low-income subsidies to older adults who may be unaware of them? These sample MIPPA outreach materials illustrate how programs across the country have marketed Part D Extra Help and Medicare Savings Programs. to low-income Medicare beneficiaries.
This MIPPA outreach flyer was created by CLAIM, the Missouri State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP). The trifold flyer asks consumers about whether they want to pay less for Medicare and provides simple questions to see if they may qualify for the Part D Extra Help or Medicare Savings Programs.
This sample flyer from the Louisiana Senior Health Insurance and Information Program (SHIIP) provides an illustrated example of how the different Medicare benefits work. It includes income and asset eligibility limits for the MSPs and the Extra Help program for singles and couples, and information on how to get SHIIP assistance to apply.
This sample flyer from the Washington SHIP (SHIBA) advertises the services of several walk-in clinics that enable Medicare beneficiaries to get answers to their questions about Medicare, and find out if they qualify for MIPPA benefits.
This creative approach from the Oklahoma SHIP provides a "prescription" for saving money on Medicare in the form of a prescription tear-off pad.