Social Media Kit

Social Media Kit

These Social Media Kits were created for Medicare Fraud Prevention Week outreach and education.

Each day of Medicare Fraud Prevention Week has been broken out with suggested pictures and content below. The word documents of suggested post content and all images, in multiple languages, can also be found and downloaded at the bottom of this page.


Medicare Fraud Prevention Week Kick Off Day – Sunday 6/5

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Medicare beneficiaries, Medicare Fraud Prevention Week starts today, 6/5! Kick off the week by learning how to read your Medicare statements!

Read your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) or Explanation of Benefits (EOB) in the paper form that is mailed to you or go online to Medicare.gov and review claims digitally. Use this video from the SMP to learn how!

Medicare beneficiaries, #MFPW starts today, 6/5! Kick off the week by learning how to read your Medicare statements! #MFPWbeneficiaries

 

Medicare beneficiaries, Medicare Fraud Prevention Week starts today, 6/5! Kick off the week by learning how to read your Medicare statements!

Read your Medicare Summary Notice (MSN) or Explanation of Benefits (EOB) in the paper form that is mailed to you or go online to Medicare.gov and review claims digitally. Use this video from the SMP to learn how!

 

Beneficiaries – Monday 6/6

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The most effective way to stop fraud from occurring is to prevent it in the first place. Educating yourself and your loved ones on how to prevent Medicare fraud, errors, and abuse is the best place to start.

 

The most effective way to stop fraud from occurring is to prevent it in the first place. Educating yourself and your loved ones on how to prevent Medicare fraud, errors, and abuse is the best place to start. #MFPW #MFPWbeneficiary

The most effective way to stop fraud from occurring is to prevent it in the first place. Educating yourself and your loved ones on how to prevent Medicare fraud, errors, and abuse is the best place to start.

Remember the three steps from the SMP: Prevent, Detect, Report!

Prevent: Open and read your MSNs. Detect: Look for anything out of the ordinary, double charges, or services you don’t recognize.

Report: Contact the SMP for questions or concerns.

Find your local SMP at www.smpresource.org.

 

Remember the three steps from the SMP: Prevent, Detect, Report! Find your local SMP at www.smpresource.org. #MFPW #MFPWbeneficiaries

 

 

Remember the three steps from the SMP: Prevent, Detect, Report!

Prevent: Open and read your MSNs. Detect: Look for anything out of the ordinary, double charges, or services you don’t recognize.

Report: Contact the SMP for questions or concerns.

Find your local SMP at www.smpresource.org.

 

Caregivers – Tuesday 6/7

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Caregivers, help by educating yourself and your client or loved one on how to prevent and detect health care fraud, errors, and abuse. Be on the lookout for items such as durable medical equipment (DME) like boxes of knee braces lying around the house that may have been shipped to the beneficiary without their or their doctor’s approval. To report potential Medicare fraud, contact the local Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) for help. #MFPW #MFPWcaregivers

Caregivers, help by educating yourself and your client or loved one on how to prevent and detect health care fraud, errors, and abuse during #MFPW. Learn more at smpresource.org/medicare-fraud-prevention-week.aspx.

Caregivers, help by educating yourself and your client or loved one on how to prevent and detect health care fraud, errors, and abuse. Be on the lookout for items such as durable medical equipment (DME) like boxes of knee braces lying around the house that may have been shipped to the beneficiary without their or their doctor’s approval. To report potential Medicare fraud, contact the local Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) for help. #MFPW #MFPWcaregivers

Caregivers, remind your client or loved one to never give out their Medicare number or other personal information over the phone. If they already have, contact the local Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) for help. #MFPW #MFPWcaregivers

Caregivers, remind your client or loved one to never give out their Medicare number or other personal information over the phone. If they already have, contact the local Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) for help. #MFPW #MFPWcaregivers

Caregivers, remind your client or loved one to never give out their Medicare number or other personal information over the phone. If they already have, contact the local Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) for help. #MFPW #MFPWcaregivers

 

Families- Wednesday 6/8

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Families, take part in Medicare Fraud Prevention week by talking to your loved ones about protecting their Medicare number just as they would a credit card number. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, take part in Medicare Fraud Prevention week by talking to your loved ones about protecting their Medicare number just as they would a credit card number. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, take part in Medicare Fraud Prevention week by talking to your loved ones about protecting their Medicare number just as they would a credit card number. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, encourage your loved one to check their Medicare statements for fraud, errors, or abuse and never give out their Medicare number over the phone for any reason. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, encourage your loved one to check their Medicare statements for fraud, errors, or abuse and never give out their Medicare number over the phone for any reason. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, encourage your loved one to check their Medicare statements for fraud, errors, or abuse and never give out their Medicare number over the phone for any reason. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, help your loved ones create a Medicare.gov account to access their Medicare claims online or remind them to open and review their statements when they come in the mail every three months. You can also register their phone number on “do not call” lists and go to optoutprescreen.com to opt out of mailings. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, help your loved ones create a Medicare.gov account to access their Medicare claims online or remind them to open and review their statements when they come in the mail every three months. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

Families, help your loved ones create a Medicare.gov account to access their Medicare claims online or remind them to open and review their statements when they come in the mail every three months. You can also register their phone number on “do not call” lists and go to optoutprescreen.com to opt out of mailings. #MFPW #MFPWfamily

 

Partners and Professionals – Thursday 6/9

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Partners and professionals, celebrate Medicare Fraud Prevention Week by sharing SMP information on social media, referring clients and consumers to the SMP, and inviting the SMP to speak during a shared event. Identify ways to collaborate on mission-related topics and information.

Partners and professionals, celebrate #MFPW by sharing SMP information on social media, referring clients and consumers to the SMP, and inviting the SMP to speak during a shared event. #MFPWpartners

 

Partners and professionals, celebrate Medicare Fraud Prevention Week by sharing SMP information on social media, referring clients and consumers to the SMP, and inviting the SMP to speak during a shared event. Identify ways to collaborate on mission-related topics and information.

 

Health Care Providers – Friday 6/10

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Health care providers, celebrate Medicare Fraud Prevention Week by talking to patients about health care-related scams such as those related to durable medical equipment and genetic testing schemes.

Health care providers, celebrate #MFPW by talking to patients about health care-related scams such as those related to durable medical equipment and genetic testing schemes. #MFPWproviders

Health care providers, celebrate Medicare Fraud Prevention Week by talking to patients about health care-related scams such as those related to durable medical equipment and genetic testing schemes.

Health care providers, remind your patients that products and services should only be ordered by physicians they regularly see, like you, and that needed medical items should never be ordered through TV ads or unsolicited calls.

Health care providers, remind your patients that products and services should only be ordered by physicians they regularly see, like you, and that needed medical items should never be ordered through TV ads or unsolicited calls. #MFPW #MFPWproviders

Health care providers, remind your patients that products and services should only be ordered by physicians they regularly see, like you, and that needed medical items should never be ordered through TV ads or unsolicited calls.

 

Community –Saturday 6/11

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