A guide to fighting medical identity theft and Medicare fraud that results in the loss of personal information (name, Social Security number or Medicare number).
The Alzheimer’s Association provides a collection Medicare-related links as well as links to care providers and related financial matters.
The official U.S. government Medicare consumer handbook. (PDF)
The Social Security Administration’s guide to Medicare.
A reference guide from the Medicare Rights Center that answers questions about Medicare benefits, rights and options.
A list of information about Medicare enrollment – including open enrollment, plan comparison, plan switches and plan disenrollment.
The program, also called MPAP, assists people eligible for Medicare but with low incomes pay the cost of Medicare premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance.
The Medicare Rights Center is a national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs and public policy initiatives.
The Ohio Department of Insurance’s webpage has a wide variety of information about the state’s Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP), Medicare Basics, Medicare Part D, and long-term care planning.
This page from the Pennsylvania Insurance Department contains information about Medicare Supplement plans available in Pennsylvania, deductible information, and benefits covered by each plan.
This online guide from the Alaska Division of Insurance helps readers to evaluate Medicare choices, providing an overview of Medicare, a shopping guide, and a rate listing for health insurers offering Medicare Supplement Insurance in Alaska.
The official U.S. government site provides a variety of resources, including plan and eligiblity information.
Search for Medicare-related publications, including “Medicare & You” “Choosing A Medigap Policy” “Medicare Hospice Benefits,” “Your Guide to Choosing a Nursing Home,” and “Your Guide to Medicare’s Preventive Services.”
This webpage, found on the Pennsylvania Insurance Department’s website, includes Your Guide to MediGap and links to a list of MediGap companies in the state.
This state-wide toll-free number provided by the Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long Term Care, helps Wisconsin residents evaluate their Medicare supplemental insurance and clarify many other related, and sometimes confusing, issues.
The Medigap Helpline is a free counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries, answering beneficiary questions. The site also offers information about Medicare Advantage plans, Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage (Part D), Medicare supplemental insurance, and other heath insurance information.