Thursday, January 30, 2014
The Center for Medicare Rights has announced the launch of Medicare Rights University (MRU) which "is 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."
The University organizes the course of study in "modules" or, as described on the website
a four-level Core Curriculum, with four to five video-based courses in each level. A Special Topics portion of the resource addresses subjects not covered in the Core Curriculum. Each MRU course contains Medicare Rights’ clear and expert content and comes complete with quizzes, case examples, and downloadable materials to test your knowledge and enable you to effectively educate your colleagues and clients.
There are various pricing structures for the university, depending on whether a student is taking one course, one module or the full curriculum. More information about the University is available on the website. A self-test is offered to measure a student's existing knowledge to help select the level at which to start the course of study. Review the curriculum here.