Below you will find video webinars on a variety of Medicare topics. These webinars are PowerPoint slide shows narrated by our Medicare experts and Medicare Rights Center President, Joe Baker. In order to view any of our webinars you must have Adobe Flash Player.
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In this free webinar, you’ll learn what programs are available to help beneficiaries cover health care costs, who is eligible, important enrollment guidelines and more. This course provides an overview of how these programs work, including who is automatically eligible and who should apply.
In this free webinar, Medicare Rights Center President Joe Baker discusses changes made to Medicare’s Fall Open Enrollment Period this year. The webinar also includes information about a number of Medicare changes taking place in 2012 as well as general advice for people with Medicare.
In this free webinar, Medicare Rights Center President Joe Baker discusses the Affordable Care Act. The webinar includes information about improvements to the Medicare prescription drug benefit, the expansion of Medicare-covered services, changes to Medicare Advantage plans and much more.
Learn what types of mental health care Medicare will pay for, how much of the cost Medicare will cover, how to seek coverage for services, and important information about beneficiary rights.
This webinar provides the steps a person with Medicare can take in the appeals process to get prescription coverage. This includes important procedural information and tips for success.
Medicare covers a range of preventive care services, including cancer screenings, vaccinations and tests if beneficiaries are at high-risk for certain conditions, such as diabetes. People in both Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans have the right to these services. Learn about the different preventive benefits and how they are covered in this webinar.
Given by Medicare Rights Center President Joe Baker, this webinar will help prepare retirement advisors to answer their clients’ complex Medicare questions. This webinar includes information about how Medicare works with different types of employer insurance, changes to Part D as a result of health reform and much more.
Medicare covers care in a skilled nursing facility if certain coverage criteria are met. Learn about how and when Medicare covers skilled nursing facility stays in this webinar. This webinar will also teach you about benefit periods and what qualifies someone for Medicare-covered skilled nursing facility care.
In this webinar, you will learn about the different types of supplemental insurance that work with Medicare to help pay Medicare out-of-pocket costs. This webinar covers how Medicare works with employer-based health insurance, programs for people with limited incomes and Medigaps.
This webinar provides a step by step guide to the Medicare health appeals process for both Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. You will learn when to appeal, the different levels of the appeals process and where to go for additional information.
Medicare coordinates with employer coverage, retiree coverage and COBRA coverage in different ways. This webinar covers how different types of employer-based health insurance coordinate with Medicare for people who are eligible due to age or due to disability.
This webinar provides information about the Medicare prescription drug benefit also known as Part D. Details about Part D costs, coverage periods, enrollment and upcoming changes to the benefit are all included. You will also learn about programs that can help with Part D costs.
This webinar provides information about different ways to receive Medicare health and drug coverage. By understanding these options, people can make informed choices about their coverage. In this course, you will get an overview of Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans (private health plans). You will also learn about the different types of Part D plans and supplemental insurance, and you will find out the questions to ask before enrolling in a plan.
Extra Help is the federal benefit that helps people with lower incomes afford their drug costs. This webinar instructs viewers on how to help their clients take advantage of the Extra Help program, also know as Low Income Subsidy (LIS). Through this webinar you will learn how people are eligible for Extra Help, how they are enrolled and how they can maintain the benefit.