Medicare Definition & Enrollment Periods
Parts of Medicare & Benefits
Medicare Fraud & Premiums
Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)
Medicare Advantage (Part C)
Medicare Drug Plans (Part D)
Part D Coverage Gap & Preventive Services
Help with Medicare Costs
Medicare Online Resources & Rights and Protections
Protect your Medicare number. Do not carry your Medicare Card. For most, the Medicare number is the Social Security Number with a letter on the end and it is easy for those with bad intentions to conduct identity theft or Medicare fraud. See page 3 for more information about Medicare fraud.
If your card is damaged, lost or stolen contact Social Security for a replacement www.ssa.gov or call 1-800-772-1213.
Signed into law in 1965, Congress sought medical coverage for aging persons unable to obtain health insurance. In its 48 year history, additions and restrictions to the program leave many Medicare beneficiaries and their caregivers puzzled.
Why so complicated?
Our job is to help people save money and make informed decisions about Medicare.