Improved navigation, updates and latest on Medicare changes
13, 2013 - The Medicare Rights Center, New York, has announced the
release of the new medicarerights.org, an overhaul of the organization’s
website. They say this will make it easier for beneficiaries,
professionals, journalists and others to find answers to Medicare
improved search, a new navigational structure and a modern design
optimized for viewing on mobile devices, information about changes to
about Medicare Rights and its services are easier to find and are
available to more people in more places.
Visitors can find answers to many questions on the new website,
What does Medicare’s future look like?
What resources can I use to navigate Medicare?
What do journalists need to know about Medicare changes?
How can I volunteer at Medicare Rights?
What are other ways I can support Medicare Rights?
new website showcases the important work we do in ways we have never
done before,” said Joe Baker, President of the Medicare Rights Center.
with Medicare, their caregivers and the professionals who assist them
will find it easier to get help with their Medicare questions, keep
informed about the latest Medicare news, take action on petitions to
protect Medicare, and stay up-to-date on the latest information about
the Medicare Rights Center.”
the last year, medicarerights.org reports a 105 percent increase in
traffic from mobile devices over the previous year. With the launch of
the new medicarerights.org, the website is now also optimized for easier
viewing on mobile devices.
"Whether you are looking for information about Medicare changes, signing
up for a newsletter, reading a policy report or looking for ways to get
involved, you can do so with ease, regardless of how you access the
website," according to the news release.
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