Medicare Part D. LSE'S Medicare Part D Appeals Unit provides help to low income Medicare beneficiaries in obtaining needed prescription drugs.
LSE's Health Insurance Counseling Program. LSE has joined with the Office of Aging and Disability Services and the Area Agencies on Aging to create a Health Insurance Counseling program with a special grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The Health Insurance Counseling program provides elderly Mainers with information and assistance to help them navigate an increasingly complex health care system to get the care they need. Disabled Medicare beneficiaries who are under 65 years of age are also able to use this service. The Health Insurance Counseling program is part of LSE's Helpline.
Health Care Reform Information. LSE provides answers to your questions about federal health care reform. Start here.
Senior Medicare Patrol. The Maine SMP is another collaborative effort on the part of LSE, the Office of Aging and Disability Services and Maine’s Area Agencies on Aging to educate Maine’s Medicare consumers, their families and caregivers about Medicare benefits and about healthcare fraud, waste and abuse. The Maine SMP is a volunteer-based effort through the Area Agencies on Aging. Volunteers conduct community presentations, provide one-on-one counseling to help interpret Medicare statements, and assists consumers in filing complaints of fraud and abuse with Medicare.