Changes Medicare Beneficiaries May See First Under the New Administration

On January 19, 2021, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule addressing Medicare Part C – Medicare Advantage Plans and Part D Prescription Programs. The rule is far-reaching, but I want to touch on some of the provisions particularly relevant to consumer education and access. Medicare Advantage Plans and Prescription…

How Isolation and COVID Make Seniors More Vulnerable to Fraud and Exploitation

We have long known that seniors are more vulnerable to financial abuse. The COVID pandemic has only amplified this problem due to the increased social isolation and stress it has wrought. Perpetrators look for opportunities when their victims are most vulnerable. The death or incapacity of a spouse, health challenges, diminished capacity, and social isolation…

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