New And Easier Version of Medicare.gov

Got this from CMS…(looks better to me, but it’s been a while since I was there)

Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services posted a new and easier to use version of www.medicare.gov, the Medicare consumer-focused Web site.  The updated Web site is part of the steps Medicare is taking to make using www.medicare.gov easier for seniors and people who care for them to find the information they need about Medicare. The improved Web site provides users with a summary of Medicare benefits, coverage options, rights and protections, and answers to the most frequently asked questions about Medicare.

The updated Web site reflects Web 2.0 design principles and concepts.  The new design was focus tested with seniors, caregivers and operators at Medicare’s helpline, 1-800-MEDICARE, some of the most frequent users of www.medicare.gov.  The new design gives Medicare more flexibility to quickly update information that is important to users, especially people with Medicare and family members who care for them. 

Take a tour of the new online face of Medicare by clicking on www.medicare.gov.

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