Guarding Your Health and Wealth: Medicare Scams and How to Defend Against Them
Recorded On: 11/01/2023
Join us for a webinar that sheds light on a rising concern across the nation. In this webinar, our panel of experts will delve into the world of Medicare scams, unveiling the latest tactics used to deceive and defraud unsuspecting individuals and equip you with the knowledge and tools to protect yourself and your loved ones.
In this session, participants will be able to:
- Gain insight into the most popular Medicare scams and how they operate.
- Learn how to differentiate legitimate Medicare communications from fraudulent ones.
- Empower yourself and your loved ones to confidently navigate the Medicare landscape.
Emily McDonald (Moderator)
Director, Corporate Partnerships & Engagement
National Council on Aging
Emily McDonald leads the programmatic content and customer service strategy and execution across NCOA’s economic security product portfolio. She has 10+ years of experience working in multi-community, rapid-cycle innovation programs for older adults. Prior to joining NCOA she worked at the Center for Social Development at Washington University. Emily received her degrees from Trinity University and the School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis.
Senior Medicare Patrol Program Manager, Healthcare Information & Counseling
Administration for Community Living, US Department of Health and Human Services
Marissa Whitehouse is the Senior Medicare Patrol Program Manager within the Administration for Community Living’s Office of Healthcare Information & Counseling. Her earlier work includes acting as Senior Program Specialist within the National Council on Aging’s Center for Healthy Aging and as Program Administrator developing MS’s ADRC program at the Mississippi Department of Human Services. She holds a graduate certificate in Gerontology from University of Southern California, a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Clemson, and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mississippi State University.
Senior Medicare Advisor
The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and television stations around the country rely on Ari Parker to guide them on the latest changes in Medicare. He has helped thousands of Americans understand Medicare by breaking it down into simple, bite-sized pieces. Ari's short book on Medicare, It's Not That Complicated, is an Amazon bestseller.
A graduate of Stanford Law School, he leads Chapter's nationwide team of 50+ licensed Medicare advisors. He lives with his wife, a professor of astrophysics, and their two dogs in Phoenix, Arizona.