The Medicare Rights Center is a national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs and public policy initiatives.
Available only through the Medicare Rights Center, Medicare Interactive (MI) is a free and independent online reference tool thoughtfully designed to help older adults and people with disabilities navigate the complex world of health insurance.
Through our national telephone helpline (800-333-4114), we provide direct assistance to older adults and people with disabilities as well as their friends, family and caregivers.
Information about Medicare is available from more sources than ever before, and it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Browse other sites that provide quality information and are used by the Medicare Rights staff.
MI Pro Courses
To delve deeper into Medicare, sign up for MI Pro, a new comprehensive online Medicare curriculum which takes you on a guided learning experience. As an MI PRO subscriber, you’ll access exclusive in-depth Medicare content, quizzes to test your progress, and printable learning tools. Keep track of where you left off within each course, and complete coursework at your own pace.
Through the Community Partners program, the Medicare Rights Center provides a range of technical assistance over a mutually agreed-upon time period to help partner organizations strengthen their Medicare counseling to clients, with an emphasis on helping clients access low-income programs that help pay the costs related to Medicare.
Through the Medicare Minute program, the Medicare Rights Center works with host organizations nationally to enlist, train, and track the outcomes of Medicare Minute volunteers as they help their friends and neighbors understand Medicare and related health insurance coverage.
Support Our Work
The Medicare Rights Center depends on people like you to help us carry out our vital mission. Your generosity allows us to provide free counseling services to people with Medicare—and together we have helped hundreds of thousands of people with Medicare-related issues since 1989.