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Shirly Thomas was enrolled in Medicaid during the Public Health Emergency (PHE). This coverage has recently been terminated due to the end of the PHE. While Shirley was enrolled in Medicaid, she missed an opportunity to enroll in Medicare and now wants Part B. Which of the following statements best describes Shirley’s ability to now enroll in Medicare Part B?
Select one:
a. Shirley is eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for up to three months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage. This coverage will begin the month after the month of enrollment.
b. Shirley must wait until the next General Enrollment Period which runs from January 1 through March 31.
c. Shirley is eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for up to six months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage. Under this SEP, Shirley can choose retroactive coverage back to the date of termination from Medicaid or coverage beginning the month after the month of enrollment.
d. Shirley is eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for up to nine months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage. This coverage will be retroactive back to the date of her termination from Medicaid and no out-of-pocket premiums will be due for the retroactive coverage.

Shirley Thomas is eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for up to six months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage. This SEP allows Shirley to enroll in Medicare Part B. Under this enrollment period, Shirley has the option to choose retroactive coverage back to the date of termination from Medicaid or coverage beginning the month after the month of enrollment.

During the Public Health Emergency (PHE), Shirley was enrolled in Medicaid, but her coverage was terminated with the end of the PHE. Unfortunately, Shirley missed the opportunity to enroll in Medicare during her Medicaid coverage period.

However, she now has the chance to enroll in Medicare Part B through the SEP that is available for up to six months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage.

Choosing option B would grant Shirley the ability to enroll in Medicare Part B and select coverage either retroactively from the date of Medicaid termination or starting from the month following her enrollment.

In Summary,Shirley Thomas, who was previously enrolled in Medicaid during the Public Health Emergency, can now enroll in Medicare Part B. She is eligible for a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) lasting up to six months after the termination of her Medicaid coverage.