Medicare beneficiaries have complained for years about having their Social Security number on Medicare cards. Their concerns are finally being addressed, as the familiar red, white and blue Medicare card finally gets a makeover after half a century.
Starting in April, the government will begin the monumental task of mailing out new Medicare cards to every single person on Medicare—that’s 57.7 million Medicare beneficiaries. The new cards will no longer contain your Social Security number, something that was a matter of growing concern in an age of pervasive identity theft. Instead, the new Medicare cards will contain a combination of randomly generated numbers and letters that will become your new unique Medicare Number.
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