Free Health Care and You bookmarks are available from the AARP Missouri state office. The bookmarks detail where to get help about Medicare, insurance and a variety of services. Here is a listing of the information you can get on one small bookmark – but that information will be at your fingertips all the time!
Congress enacted a new health care law that brings a number of benefits to all Americans. By knowing what’s in the law, you can make the best health care decisions for yourself and your family. To keep abreast of the law as it is phased in, visit AARP online. For booklets, fact sheets and other information, contact AARP Missouri at 866-389-5627 or sent an email to email@example.com.
To speak with a Medicare counselor for assistance, contact CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri). Claim is a network of hundreds of volunteers and partner organizations across the state which offers free, unbiased Medicare Counseling. Contact CLAIM toll-free at 800-390-3330 or visit CLAIM online.
To report suspected fraud, waste and abuse, contact the Missouri Attorney General toll-free at 800-286-3932, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For consumer help, email email@example.com, and for consumer protection, call toll-free at 800-392-8222.
For questions about the Missouri Health Insurance Pool, call toll-free at 800-821-2231.
Another great resource for information about health insurance is the Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration, P.O. Box 690, Jefferson City, MO 65101, or call 573-751-4126.
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