Administration Articles

How Do Medicare Contractors Help with Appeals?

Medicare may use contractors to help process appeals. You have the right to file a Medicare appeal if you feel that Medicare (or a Medicare health plan or prescription drug plan) has denied you coverage of an item or service, or covered less of the cost than... Read more

How do I file an appeal if my prescription medication isn’t covered by my Medicare health plan?  

Under the Medicare program, you may purchase coverage for prescription medications in one of two ways: through a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug plan, or through a stand-alone Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan to go alongside your Original Medicare... Read more

Protecting Yourself from Medicare Fraud

There are numerous types of Medicare fraud that can target you, the Medicare beneficiary, directly. But there are some general rules of thumb that you can use to protect yourself from unscrupulous individuals looking to either steal your identity or scam you,... 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

Can I Laminate My Medicare Card?

It’s very important to keep your Medicare card safe and in good condition. Your wallet may be a good place to keep it because you can then have it with you at doctor visits. But do safeguard it, as you would an identity document or credit card. The... Read more

Taking Care of Medicare Billing When I’m Sick in the Hospital

It could be one of your worst nightmares: you're involved in a major car crash that lands you in the hospital for an extended period – perhaps in a coma connected to a respirator. Thinking about Medicare billing may be the last thing on your mind, but if... 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

Medicare Card Replacement

Your Medicare card is one of the most important documents you own because it can help confirm that you have Medicare coverage. If your Medicare card is lost or stolen, you can request a replacement card through Social Security Administration (SSA) or, if... 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

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




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