Eligibility & Enrollment

Enrollment Period

The Open Enrollment Period for Institutionalized Individuals (OEPI) interested in joining Signature Advantage is continuous for eligible individuals. If you are eligible, you can enroll in Signature Advantage at any time.

Eligibility Requirements

You can join Signature Advantage if you have Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance), reside in or are expected to reside in a participating Signature HealthCARE nursing facility for 90 days or longer, and meet Signature Advantage’s eligibility requirements.

You must live in one of our long-term care nursing centers to join this plan.  Please call us at (844) 214-8633 or (TTY 711) to locate one of our facilities.

Signature Advantage covers all medically-necessary and preventive services covered under Medicare Part A and Part B, and prescription drug coverage under Part D. 


Ready to Enroll?

If you meet the eligibility criteria, you can enroll at any time, effective the first of the following month.
Our trained Signature Advantage Representatives are available from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, seven-days-a-week, from October 1st through March 31st; and Monday through Friday (except holidays) from April 1st through September 30th at 1-844-214-8633

Click here to fill out your 2024 Enrollment Application and have a Signature Advantage Representative call you.

Want more information?

Call us at (844) 214-8633 or (TTY 711). Our trained member service representatives are available from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, or fill out our contact form to have us call you.

You must file Form 1040, ‘US Individual Income Tax Return,’ along with Form 8853, ‘Archer MSA and Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts’ with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for any distributions made from your Medicare MSA account to ensure you aren’t taxed on your MSA account withdrawals. You must file these tax forms for any year in which an MSA account withdrawal is made, even if you have no taxable income or other reason for filing a Form 1040.  MSA account withdrawals for qualified medical expenses are tax-free, while account withdrawals for nonmedical expenses are subject to both income tax and a fifty (50) percent tax penalty.

Tax Publications are available on the IRS website at: http://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Prescription-Drug-Coverage/PrescriptionDrugCovContra/MTM.html