On May 18, 2022 CMS announced that they have updated the Medicare.gov website.
The updates to make the site more user -friendly came after receiving feedback on the previous site.
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What are the updates?
On May 18, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released updates to the Medicare.gov. The updates are intended to make the sight more user-friendly.
The site is now easier to navigate and can help you access information on health and drug coverage and even help you find providers. The updates are based on user feedback. The site also shows initiatives and messages on the homepage that are commonly searched.
The most recent round of updates includes redesign to the homepage and more detailed information on Medigap policies. CMS aims to provide “comprehensive and easily accessible information.”
Additional improvements are on the horizon in the coming months. CMS plans to continue updating the site as they get more feedback.
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