The Health Care Law: What it Means for People with Medicare
Like many people with Medicare, you probably have questions about what the health care law means for you. By understanding what is in the law, you can get the most out of your Medicare coverage.
The health care law, also called the Affordable Care Act, strengthens Medicare by protecting and improving your guaranteed benefits and cracking down on waste and fraud. It also identifies savings that will keep Medicare financially stable for at least a decade longer than if the law had not been passed.
To find out more, check out our free webinar. AARP Advocacy Director Ingrid McDonald and Liz Mercer from the Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) walk you through what you need to know in this one-hour discussion.
And for more information, visit AARP's website.