Have you gotten your coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine yet? According to the CDC, more than 42 million people 65 or older have gotten at… Read More »Get your COVID-19 vaccine to help end the public health emergency
When you’re unhappy with the quality of your health care, you might first want to talk with the person who gave you the care. If… Read More »If you’re unhappy with your care, let us know – file a Medicare complaint
Perhaps you got your paper copy of the 2021 “Medicare & You” handbook in the mail last fall, as you did the year before that. And the year… Read More »Next time, get your “Medicare & You” handbook electronically!
Earth Day, celebrated on April 22, is a great time to think about ways to reduce your carbon footprint. Medicare’s online resources make reducing your… Read More »Going electronic is easy with Medicare online resources
If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan, you know it covers a lot of items and services, like prescription drugs, diabetic test supplies, cardiovascular screenings,… Read More »How to file an appeal if your Medicare Advantage Plan doesn’t cover an item or service
Each day, you make important choices about your finances, health, privacy, and more. It’s National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), a time that non-profit organizations and government agencies… Read More »Prevent Medicare fraud — become an informed Medicare consumer
Most people get Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) when they turn 65. If you didn’t sign up for Part B then, now’s the time to… Read More »Medicare Part B enrollment: There’s still time to sign up!
While you’re celebrating with loved ones this Valentine’s Day, don’t forget your heart needs some love, too. Heart disease is the leading cause of death… Read More »Give your heart some love: prevent heart disease
Each day, 20 people die while waiting for an organ transplant. With National Donor Day around the corner, keep in mind that just one person… Read More »Learn how to become an organ donor & save lives