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The Fast Guide to Fraud Prevention and Senior Healthcare Legislation

Fraud has become of real concern in senior healthcare as criminals often take advantage of the confusion that surrounds changes in laws to present new con games and scams.

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Beware Medicare Scams Common in Senior Healthcare

We’ve found that a lot of older adults aren’t really sure what kind of medical and wellness expenses their Medicare plan actually covers. And with Medicare’s annual open enrollment period not long past (enrollment ended December 7), it’s more important than ever that seniors know what to expect from Medicare—especially if you changed plans during open enrollment.

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Senior Healthcare Scams Take Advantage of Medicare Confusion

A growing trend in recent years has been for medical and dental providers to offer medical financing to patients for procedures or medical devices not covered by insurance. Older patients on Medicare have been particularly targeted for such marketing.

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3 Simple Ways to Cut Financial Fraud out of Senior Life

Despite what television and the movies would have you believe, the favorite targets of investment fraudsters aren’t the frail and gullible. Yes, scam artists go after older adults, but they prefer victims who are educated and self-reliant, who have financial knowledge and are looking for new opportunities.

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Avoid Victimization in Your Senior Living

As we grow older, our chances of being victims of crime decrease dramatically.  Yet when a lifetime of experience combines with the frailties associated with aging, older Americans often find themselves more concerned about falling prey to crime than they were during middle age.  This wariness serves to make the senior population more alert about the potential for physical attacks or burglary.  However, these do not present so great a threat to older adults.

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