State Consumer Assistance Programs is managed by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which provides via Consumer assistance Programs (CAPs) residents of their states assistance with problems or questions about health coverage. For states without a CAP, some state and federal government offices may still be able to help you determine your rights and solve problems.
Medicare Rights Center is a non-profit consumer advocacy service organization that works to ensure access to affordable healthcare for older adults and people with disabilities
Medicare Advantage Plans are sometimes called “Part C” or “MA Plans” and are offered by private companies approved by Medicare.
Families USA is a national non-profit, non-partisan organization whose work at national, state and community levels is dedicated to achieving high quality, affordable healthcare for all Americans.
The Community Service Society of New York supports low-income New Yorkers as they navigate the complex health system. Its CHA (Community Health Advocates) program helps consumers to enroll in and make better use of their public and private health plans in light of federal health care reform.