Medicaid Managed Care Open Enrollment Extended through Dec. 15
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Medicare fraud is a widespread problem that costs taxpayers in Delaware and around the country a great deal of money. Fraud occurs when:
Fortunately, most providers are honest and problems that might seem like fraud are often the result of billing errors or misunderstandings. Still, it is important for Medicare beneficiaries to be watchful. Programs are available around the country to help Medicare beneficiaries take an active role in preventing, detecting and/or reporting possible fraud. The program in Delaware for helping Medicare beneficiaries fight fraud is known as the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program.
The Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program provides public information to encourage Medicare beneficiaries to carefully read their Medicare summary notices and ask questions if they do not think the information is correct. The program also trains volunteers to help Medicare beneficiaries get the information they need when they suspect fraud, waste, or abuse of the Medicare program.
Follow this link to read more about the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program and find out how to report suspected Medicare fraud in Delaware.
Want paper copies of Medicare fraud resource materials? Contact the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program and request an information packet.
Visit the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program Volunteer Opportunities page to learn about volunteering with the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program. Your help is needed!
For more information, contact the Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) and asked to be connected with the Delaware Senior Medicare Patrol Program.