I'm not surprised; it often takes 2-3 months to hear from them.
However, once reinstated the coverage should be retro-active to the date of suspension as that would be the period covered by your check when your submitted your reinstatement request. If you have to make any payments yourself while waiting for the confirmation, once you receive it, you will be able to be reimbursed for any covered costs you have to pay in the meantime.
Yes I understand about the script, but if you had a Medicare Advantage Plan, that covers all the supplemental plus the prescription coverage.
Medicare Part A, covers the Hospital, Part B covers the doctors, the supplemental coverages cover the additional portion Medicare doesn't cover, & Part D covers the Pharmacy; or Part C is the Medicare Advantage Coverage.
So, at this point the bot***** *****ne is that you must either wait them out or call Social Security to check on the status of the reinstatement. Unfortunately, that usually means an extended "hold time" on the phone, or you can also visit your local Social Security office in person and ask for an update.
The best phone number to use is: 1-***-***-****
If they can't answer your question, they will either transfer you to someone who can or give you another phone number to call to check on the status of your reinstatement. (That depends upon where you live).