Medicare Rights University Launched by Medicare
A 'one-of-a-kind' online curriculum for health care
and insurance professionals
Jan. 29, 2014 - The Medicare Rights Center today
announced the launch of Medicare Rights University (MRU), a web-based
curriculum designed to empower any professional to better help their own
clients, patients, employees, retirees, and others navigate a multitude
of Medicare questions.
Building on Medicare Rights’ 25 years of health
care counseling and educational expertise, MRU offers a 17-course,
video-based Core Curriculum complete with a self-assessment tool,
in-depth and user-friendly Medicare content, quizzes to test knowledge,
and downloadable materials.
“Every year Medicare Rights reaches more than one
million people through trainings, presentations, and print and online
resources,” said Joe Baker, Medicare Rights’ President. “Medicare Rights
University is a competitive product suited to the needs of diverse
health care and insurance professionals, for use in teaching themselves,
training their colleagues, and helping their clients navigate the many
nuances of Medicare.”
MRU subscribers can:
>> Learn online, anytime, and review key concepts
>> Stay up-to-date on the changing Medicare
>> Gain access to exclusive materials developed
by an expert consumer service nonprofit organization.
>> Train staff without having to devote time to
developing new content.
MRU is structured as a four-level Core Curriculum,
with four to five video-based courses in each level designed to build on
information learned as users progress through each level. Advanced
courses feature in-depth case studies to help users assist others in
real-life situations. A Special Topics portion of MRU addresses subjects
not covered in the Core Curriculum, such as Medicare Fall Open
Enrollment and Medicare and health reform. A free assessment places
users into the appropriate course and level, and quizzes and
downloadable materials accompanying each course test subscribers’
Courses start at $50 each, with group rates
Medicare Rights Center, based in New York, is a
national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure
access to affordable health care for older adults and people with
disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs, and
public policy initiatives.
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