Rep. Marshall Office to Hold Medicare Tele-Town Hall
SALINA - The Office of U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall will be holding its fourth and final Medicare tele-town hall this Wednesday, Dec. 4, to provide Medicare recipients an opportunity to speak directly with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) officials about their Medicare plans and questions during the final week of the 2019 Medicare Open Enrollment period.
“As both a doctor and from helping my parents navigate the complexities of Medicare, I know it can get overwhelming. Whether you’re a new enrollee or perhaps you’re looking to select a health plan that best fits your needs, we want to help provide the information you need,” Dr. Marshall said.
The call is free of charge and open to all current Medicare recipients. CMS officials from the Kansas City office will answer calls and provide additional information about plans, costs, and changes in coverage opportunities.
The next Medicare tele-town hall calls will be held:
Wednesday, Dec. 4:6 p.m. – 7 p.m. CST
The call-in phone number for the call will be:
Congressman Marshall encourages all Medicare recipients to take part in one of the upcoming calls and learn more about Medicare and their options during Open Enrollment season.