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5 Ways to Become an Informed Medicare Consumer

Posted by admin on Apr 26, 2017 12:00:00 PM


Article courtesy of The Medicare Blog.

By Marilyn Tavenner, Acting Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

Each day, you make decisions about your finances, health, privacy and more. It’s important to protect yourself and make the best choices for you, especially when it comes to your Medicare. During National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), non-profit organizations and government agencies give people like you information on how to take advantage of your rights and make better-informed choices. Here are 5 things you can do:
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Topics: www.medicare.gov, Annual Enrollment Period, Medicare, open enrollment, Medicare fraud, AEP, Medicare.gov, What is Medicare?, What is AEP?, What is the Annual Election Period?, Senior Medicare Patrol, Trusted Senior Specialists

Stop Medicare Fraud

Posted by admin on Sep 2, 2015 10:28:26 AM

Medicare fraud costs us all money in the form of possibly higher taxes and premiums. Not only does fraud waste money, it might even involve harm to patients who aren’t given the care they need or receive unnecessary care with potential side effects. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services even has an entire website dedicated to this problem at StopMedicareFraud.gov.

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Topics: Medicare, Medicare fraud, Medicare Premiums, enrolling in medicare

Who Commits Medicare Fraud

Posted by admin on Aug 27, 2015 10:02:03 AM

The truth is that Medicare fraud costs everybody money. If Medicare has to pay out more money because of fraud, the increases costs eventually get passed on to taxpayers and those who pay Medicare premiums. What’s scary is that it’s not average Medicare recipients knowingly or accidentally committing fraud. The people who commit the biggest acts of fraud are business people and professionals who really should know better.

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Topics: healthcare fraud, Medicare, scams, Medicare fraud

Avoiding Medicare scams

Posted by admin on Oct 13, 2014 2:21:28 PM

One of the positive aspects of health reform on Medicare is the reduction of fraud. In fact, Medicare says that savings from the reduction of waste, abuse, and outright Medicare fraud have helped extend the Medicare Trust Fund for another 15 years. In the past, many senior citizens were duped into cooperating with criminals who stole millions of dollars from the government. These thefts drove up expenses and may have resulted in the reduction of necessary care. You can help do your part by recognizing potential scams and reporting them.

We are here to answer all of your Medicare questions. Our experienced agents can also discuss all kinds of life insurance, health insurance and annuities. Please contact us at 1-855-474-6234 or send an email to info@ilovetss.com.

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Topics: Medicare, Medicare fraud, how medicare works, explain medicare

6 Proactive Ways to Prevent Medicare Fraud

Posted by admin on Mar 12, 2012 1:50:58 PM

Article courtesy of The Medicare Blog.

Medicare fraud affects everyone. You can team up with Medicare to help. Our Senior Medicare Patrol volunteers are teaching people like you to spot, report, and stop fraud, and protect themselves from identity theft.

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Topics: www.medicare.gov, Medicare, Medicare fraud, CMS, Medicare.gov, Social Security, prevention, Advice, Identity Theft, Trusted Senior Specialists, Tips

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