Medicare Fraud can happen to you. Always read your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) or health care billing statement. This is not a bill but it does come after you get medical care
Your Medicare and Social Security cards are like credit cards. Your Medicare Card has your social security number on it. Do not tell anyone your numbers over the phone.
Be wary of calls that try to pressure you. Only your personal doctor, clinic, or hospital needs this information. They will not be calling to get it.
Do not show your medical and prescription records to anyone other than your pharmacist or doctor’s office.
Health care fraud, errors and abuse costs the US between $80-$160 billion dollars a day. Help end Medicare Fraud.