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I am happy to assist constituents who are having difficulties with their Medicare coverage, whether it relates to problems with Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Medicare Part D Prescription Coverage, a Medicare Advantage Plan (known also as Medicare Part C) or the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS).

If you are unable to secure the help you need from the following resources, please call toll-free at 1-888-909-RYAN (7926) to discuss options available to secure assistance with problems involving agencies of the federal government.


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Medicare and You
Official Medicare handbook—your best and official source of answers to your Medicare questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will the health care bill passed in March 2010 affect Medicare?

My address changed and I need a new (or replacement) Medicare card. What do I do?

What are Medicare Prescription Drug Plans (Medicare Part D)?

How can I find out which Medicare plans are available?

How and when do I Enroll in Medicare Part A, B, C or D?

What should I do if I feel that I am not receiving the care to which I am entitled through Medicare?

Who can assist me with specific benefit related questions?