The job of Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman is to assist people with Medicare

Are you aware that Congress created the job of Medicare Beneficiary Ombudsman to assist people with Medicare with their inquiries, complaints, grievances, appeals, and requests for information? They also share information with Congress, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and other organizations about what works well and what doesn’t work well to improve the quality of the care you get through Medicare.  Click on link to find out the several ways you can get help with a Medicare-related inquiry. Click here…

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