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Medicare Premium Payment Process

If you have Original Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan, you will pay a monthly premium for Medicare Part B (medical insurance). In most cases, the premium amount is deducted from your benefit payment if you get Social Security, Railroad Retirement Board... Read more

Logging In to MyMedicare.gov

As a Medicare beneficiary, you are welcome to use MyMedicare.gov to do such tasks as: Track your personal health information View and print a list of your current prescription medications Take advantage of the Blue Button's useful features... Read more

Where Can I Find Medicare Forms?

If you're currently enrolled in Medicare, or about to become eligible for Medicare benefits, you may have questions about where to find important forms and publications about your coverage. Here are some tips and resources to help you get the information you... Read more

New Medicare Card Not to Contain Social Security Numbers

According to Medicare.gov, identify theft is a serious crime that occurs when someone takes your personal information without your permission, in order to commit fraud or other crimes. Personal information might include things like your name, credit card... Read more

How to File Medicare Claims

A Medicare claim is a request for payment that you submit to Medicare when you receive health-care services and items you believe to be covered. In most cases, if you're a Medicare beneficiary, you won't have to file your own Medicare claims. However, there... Read more

What is the Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman?

Have you ever wanted to: File a complaint or grievance with Medicare Get help figuring out how your Medicare coverage will help pay for your medical costs Or get answers to other questions about the program? You're not alone. As a Medicare... Read more

How Do Medicare Contractors Help with Appeals?

If you're enrolled in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), your Medicare appeals process starts with a Medicare Administrative Contractor, or MAC. Even though Medicare is a federal program, it pays claims and administers benefits through a network of... Read more

What is an Annual Notice of Change?

If you're currently enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, your plan will send you a "Plan Annual Notice of Change" (ANOC) each fall. The Annual Notice of Change is a booklet that explains any changes in your plan’s benefit coverage, costs, or service area... Read more

What Are My Rights to a Fast Appeal?

If you are enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan or Medicare health plan, you can ask for a fast appeal if you’re receiving Medicare services from a facility or health-care agency and you think your Medicare-covered services are ending too soon. Your right... Read more

Medicare Reimbursement

Except in rare cases, you don’t need to file for reimbursement from Medicare. Under Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), your Medicare claims will be sent directly from your Medicare providers to Medicare. Medicare pays your Medicare providers according... Read more




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