Find and compare drug plans, health plans, and Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policies.
Find and compare hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, medical item suppliers, health care providers, health and drug plans, and dialysis facilities. Learn about how to choose providers and plans.
Learn about programs that may help you save money on medical and drug costs.
Get information about suppliers of durable medical equipment, prostheses and prosthetic devices, and orthotics.
Access forms for permission to share your personal health information, filing an appeal, applying for Medicare, and requesting medical payment.
View, print, or order Medicare publications and listen to podcasts.
Your online connection to the "Medicare & You" handbook.
Read about what to do with Medicare information you may get in the mail.
Fix problems with your Medicare card, like an incorrect name, new address, or replace a lost card.
Read about how to identify and report Medicare-related fraud and abuse. Your Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO) can help you if you have a complaint about your quality of care.
Find out how you can file a complaint (also called a "grievance") if you have a concern about the quality of care or other services you get from a Medicare provider. Contact your State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) for local, personalized Medicare counseling.
Learn about how to protect your personal information, including your name and Social Security, Medicare, and credit card numbers.
Get contact information for organizations that can help answer your Medicare-related questions.
Read our Notice of Privacy Practices for Original Medicare. By law, Medicare is required to protect the privacy of your personal medical information. This notice explains how medical information about you may be used and how you can get access to this information.
Learn how to contact the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Federal agency that runs the Medicare Program, by phone, TTY, or mail.
Get answers to frequently asked questions.