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Helping Kupuna to Prevent, Detect and Report Medicare Fraud, Errors and Abuse

SMP Hawaii is a volunteer-based federal program administered under the Hawaii State Department of Health – Executive Office on Aging (EOA), the state designated lead agency for the coordination of aging initiatives. We collaborate with a network of partners and advocates to expand outreach and assistance to communities statewide.
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Latest News & Updates

Young at Heart Hawaii – An event for Hawaii’s 50+

Visit SMP Hawaii in person today (9/16/2022) and tomorrow (9/17/2022) at the 2022 Young at Heart  Event at the NBC Exhibition Hall from 9 am – 5 pm. Learn more on preventing, detecting and reporting healthcare scams and how to volunteer with us to help others. Click Here for Event Guide.  

Life Care Planning – Community Connect Flyer – September 2022

Are you a caregiver? SMP Hawaii’s partner Navian Hawaii provides a great resource to help you be more proactive when addressing legal, financial and personal care issues sooner than later. The free session is part of its Community Connect Educational Series with the Elder Law Practice of Rulon & Adamshick.

AARP: Inside the Mind of a Con Artist

SMP Hawaii recently participated in AARP Hawaii’s event, “Inside the Mind of a Con Artist,” with keynote speaker, Brett Johnson, one of America’s most wanted online criminals. Johnson shares what he knows about online fraud schemes and how you can protect yourself from con artists who work 24/7 to steal your personal information. https://states.aarp.org/hawaii/arp-seminars-go-inside-the-mind-of-a-con-artist

Prevent   Detect   Report

We help you to prevent Medicare fraud by educating you, your family and caregivers
Learn how to protect your Medicare, Social Security and credit card numbers
Learn how to detect potential fraud, scams or billing errors for services you never received
Learn how to report suspected cases and if there are steps to recover your losses

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