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Join our upcoming free webinar Thursday, Feb. 22 from 10-11:30am PT

Who Will Pay for Your Long Term Care? A Personal and Public Dilemma
California SMP Spring Conference

Open to SMP Partners

April 24 & 25 in Sacramento

Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones from Medicare Fraud

California Senior Medicare Patrol assists in fraud prevention, and detection. We help you report fraud, errors, and abuse.

If you’ve been scammed, call us and report it.

855-613-7080

We’ve got your back and can make things right again.

Featured Fraud News

  • What Compliance & enforcement Actions Are being Taken to Address Hospice Fraud?

    What Compliance & enforcement Actions Are being Taken to Address Hospice Fraud?

    Hospice fraud continues to be one of our top reported types of fraud in California. It is a significant problem because hospice is an important Medicare benefit – it provides terminally ill beneficiaries with palliative care focused on comfort and pain relief (versus curative care). It allows beneficiaries to experience peace, comfort and quality of…

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  • New Medicare Card Scams on the rise

    New Medicare Card Scams on the rise

    Have you received any calls from “Medicare” asking you to verify your Medicare number for the new card being sent your way? If so, hang up. This is a scam. Medicare will NOT call you, does not need you to verify your number (they already have it), and is NOT sending out new cards to…

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  • Welcome Morgan! New SMP Volunteer Manager Joins our Team

    Welcome Morgan! New SMP Volunteer Manager Joins our Team

    We have some good news to share. Morgan Grabau recently joined our CHA California Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) team as our new SMP Statewide Volunteer Manager. Morgan brings a wealth of professional experience to our team with over 9 years in the nonprofit arena of proven experience of volunteer recruitment, cultivation, management and retention, as well as strategic planning…

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Help Stop Medicare Fraud & Abuse
Prevent, Detect, Report!

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Prevent

Protecting your personal information is the best line of defense in the fight against Medicare fraud and abuse.

Detect

Detect fraud by examining both your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) and/or your Explanation of Benefits (EOB).

Report

If you suspect fraud, report it! Call your healthcare provider for an explanation of the Medicare payment showing on your MSN.

Let’s Make Medicare Stronger for All of Us

If your question is not resolved and you still think the charges are fraudulent, call Senior Medicare Patrol

855-613-7080 Root Out Fraud & Abuse