Thanks to the folks at Quartz for providing direct links to price lists for 105 of the top 155 U.S. hospitals.
Making your way through complex medical systems, doctors appointments, and treatments can be overwhelming. Medicare beneficiaries can get free help with care coordination, medication management, explanation of a diagnosis or treatment, and connections to resources through the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization. Just complete the brief form on their home page. If you need additional assistance finding help for your health care journey, complete the contact form at aPatientsPlace.com.
medicare recently sent 61 million new Medicare cards to members. If you have not received a new card take these steps:
1. Call 1-800-Medicare. they will verify your identity and address, and help you get a new card.
2. Log into your Medicare.gov account to retrieve your new Medicare number or print your official card.
3. Ask your primary care practice or medical provider. they may be able to look up your Medicare number for you.