Medicare Part D - Tennessee: Officials warn of Medicare scams (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Tennessee: Officials warn of Medicare scams (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
As of Oct. 1, it s open season for insurance agents to launch sales pitches for Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare Part D supplemental drug plans
Covering the Bases: Penalty for not enrolling in Part D when eligible (The Capital)
Q: I have been using a discount card to buy my prescription drugs since I became eligible for Medicare. However, I am now taking more medication, and I think I need to get a Medicare Part D card.
Time works against candidates on Social Security, Medicare fixes (Miami Herald)
Social Security and Medicare long have been considered the nation's fiscal time bombs, and the ticking is getting louder. But presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain have no comprehensive plans to overhaul the systems, and are campaigning almost as if they don't notice them.
Three plaintiffs file lawsuit to opt out of Medicare Part A (Plano Courier)
A bill U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson (R-Texas) has introduced may be too late as three plaintiffs filed a lawsuit Thursday in an attempt to opt out of Medicare without facing dire financial consequences.