Medicare survey is NOT a scam

Monday, August 28, 2017

Photo copyright Marc Weinberg
Medicare is partnering with the University of Chicago for its regular Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey (MCBS).

Survey results help the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and researchers learn more about people who use Medicare and their health care experiences. 

The study includes randomly selecting 16,000 Medicare beneficiaries nationwide.

Participants will receive a letter and a brochure from NORC (non-partisan and objective research organization) at the University of Chicago about the survey and how to participate in the study.

If they choose to participate, the survey team will call them to set up an in-person interview.

If you receive this survey, it is not a scam. The survey is authorized by Section 1875 of the Social Security Act.


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