What is a Medicare P10 number?

Answer The Medicare P10 number is a very important number for Medicare recipients. You may be surprised to learn the truth behind why it is called a P10 number. In any case, if you are a Medicare provider... Read More »

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What is the number of Medicare enrollees?

According to State Health Facts, there were 44,831,390 Medicare enrollees in the United States as of July, 2008. California had the most Medicare enrollees, with a total of 4,470,439, while Alaska ... Read More »

What does D7 on the end of a Medicare number mean?

The letters that appear at the end of the Medicare number are called claim numbers. These are used to help identify the Medicare recipient. D refers to a widow or widower. The number 7, when paired... Read More »

What does the TA mean on the Medicare ID number?

Medicare assigns a unique identification number to each person who receives Medicare benefits. Immediately after your identification number, you will likely notice a letter code. The letter code "T... Read More »

What do the letters at the end of my Medicare number mean?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) assigns a claim number to all beneficiaries, for both cash and Medicare benefit purposes. The letter at the end is called the "Beneficiary Identification Co... Read More »