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Lecture: What’s New in Medicare and Medicaid?
On Monday, November 4, 2013, Chris DeYoung, Co-Director, Health Insurance Counseling Project (HICP), GWU, will discuss the following topics related to Medicare: Eligibility; enrollment; Parts A, B, C; supplemental benefits; Part D; Medicare Savings Programs; Medicaid issues; and changes to Medicare – Affordable Care Act. The lecture period will include a generous amount of time for questions related to various aspects of Medicare and Medicaid.
This lecture will take place from 3: – 4:30 pm, at St. Paul’s Parish Hall, 2430 K Street NW. Attendance is limited to FBWE Village members and volunteers. Click here to register.
HICP is part of The George Washington Law School and charges no fees for its services. Staff members provide individual assistance to people with Medicare, their families, friends, and caregivers. They maintain a telephone Help Line and provide legal representation through office visits or home visits (as needed) to DC residents with Medicare who are 60 years or older.
Since 2006, Chris DeYoung has been advocating in the District of Columbia to improve access to affordable health care services for people with Medicare focusing on expanding eligibility for the Medicare Savings Programs and simplifying enrollment for eligible residents. Chris has an MA in Applied Anthropology and worked in the field of International Human Rights prior to focusing on domestic health care issues.
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