Medicare Contracting for Advantage and Supplement Plans
Crowe and Associates is an FMO with a large number of Medicare providers that offer Medicare contracting for not only advantage but also supplement plans to agents. Of course, based on an agent’s location and licensing, he/she should become appointed to sell multiple company products. The product provider will process Medicare contracts individually. For example, an agent wanting to market both Aetna and Wellcare products, he/she must become contracted with both companies. Although most companies can receive contracts with use of the contracting website SureLC, some companies have specific site instructions. The list below identifies Medicare providers and contracting instructions.
Equally important, Medicare contracting for advantage and supplemental plans requires errors and omissions (E&O) liability insurance. If you do not already have E&O insurance, click here to learn how to purchase a policy from Crowe and Associates.
To contract to sell American Progressive products, please send an email to [email protected] and request a contracting link. We will respond with an individualized link. Follow the link to complete contracting.
To contract with United American or First United American, please call the office at 203-796-5403 or email at [email protected] for contracting information and instructions.
Click here to contract for Anthem, Empire, Combined Life, Cigna, Mutual of Omaha (supplemental plans only) and Humana products. The contracts for these companies are processed through the SureLC website. This site offers ‘one stop shopping’ for included companies. Not to mention, agents can submit online contracting to any combination of companies at one time.
NY agents looking to contract with Fidelis Medicare should call the office at 203-796-5403.
Medicare contracts are also offered at the general agency (GA) or master general agency (MGA) levels. Please call the office at 203-796-5403 to discuss contracting as general agency (GA) or master general agency (MGA). Carrier specific requirements will need to be met in order to be set at the GA or MGA level.