Q & A

Where else can I find answers to Medicare questions?

Answer: Medicare has online resources for you. Register at MyMedicare.gov to:

  • Create and print an “On the Go” report that lists information you can share with your providers.
  • Add or update your health information, like medical conditions or allergies.
  • View or update your personal drug list and pharmacy information, and see your prescription drug costs.
  • Search for and create a list of your favorite providers, and find quality information about them.
  • Complete your “Initial Enrollment Questionnaire” (IEQ) so your bills get paid correctly.
  • Track your Original Medicare claims, and order a “Medicare Summary Notice” (MSN).
  • Check your Part B deductible status.
  • View your eligibility information.
  • Track the preventive services you can get.
  • Find a Medicare health or prescription drug plan.
  • Access online forms, publications, and messages sent by Medicare.
  • Sign up to get your “Medicare & You” handbook electronically.

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Source: medicare.gov

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