Medicare Information Office
Scammers are calling Medicare beneficiaries and telling them they need a new Medicare card. They ask for people’s Medicare numbers and banking information. They may have some already, which makes them sound convincing. DO NOT GIVE THIS INFO! Medicare will NEVER call you or stop by and ask for your personal information. Here is a flyer with more information you can print and post.
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SSA ODAR’s Hearing Office Locator
The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has* 10 regional offices, 168 hearing offices (including 6 satellite offices), 5 national hearing centers, and 2 national case assistance centers. There are almost 1,400 administrative law judges and approximately 7,000 support staff in the field organization. Additionally, administrative law judges may travel to other sites such as local Social Security offices to conduct hearings if needed.
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Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (OMHA)
OMHA administers appeal hearings for the Medicare program. There are five levels in the Medicare claims appeal process. OMHA’s Administrative Law Judges hold hearings and issue decisions related to Medicare coverage determinations that reach Level 3 of the Medicare claims appeal process. This Web site was created to help you learn more about Level 3 appeals. Basic descriptions of the other levels are also provided, to assist you in understanding the appeal process.
Careers at SSA: USA Office Locations
Six program service centers serve the needs of the Social Security public nationwide. Located in New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Chicago, Kansas City, and Birmingham, these centers perform a variety of Social Security’s mission-critical tasks, including account maintenance, disability claims review, and benefits determinations.
Mississippi Division of Medicaid
The Revised Statewide Transition Plan for 1915(c) and 1915(i) Home and Community-Based (HCB) Settings is available now. The public comment period runs from March 11- April 10; public hearings are on March 19th, 24th and 26th. Click here for more information.