Our first guest Eve Feinberg, MD, medical director of Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine will discuss Treatment Options and Address Misconceptions that affect women unable to conceive due to their struggle with infertility.
Renowned reproductive endocrinologist Eve Feinberg, medical director of Northwestern Medicine Fertility and Reproductive Medicine in Highland Park, Illinois, discuss issues surrounding infertility, and the treatment options available. She will also be able to discuss some of the latest research available, as well as Northwestern Medicine’s role in advancing treatment. For more information please visit: www.nm.org/radio
Our next guest is Nancy O’Connor, Regional Administrator for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Philadelphia Office. She oversees all operational aspects of the Medicare, Medicaid and State Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in the six-state region, namely Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia. Ms. O’Connor discusses:
- Receiving new cards: You don’t have to do anything to get your new Medicare card, they will be arriving automatically by mail.
- Find out when your card is coming: Sign up online at Medicare.gov/newcard to get emails that tell you when cards are being mailed to your area. It takes about a month for everyone in your mailing area to receive their cards.
- New card has arrived, now what? When your new card arrives, destroy your old one. You can use your new card right away. Bring it to your next appointment.
Each new card will have a unique new Medicare number—instead of a Social Security number. Removing social security numbers will help prevent Medicare fraud. While there’s a new card and number, Medicare benefits remain the same.
Our last guest is Samantha Busch, wife of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch she will discuss their Foundation and why it means so much to them. As an extension of the Kyle Busch Foundation, in 2015 the couple launched the Kyle & Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund, a monetary award to help couples pay for IVF treatments. After experiencing infertility personally – and the joy of having their own son Brexton – Samantha and Kyle made it their personal mission to financially assist other families in having their own bundles of joy. The foundation also strives to raise awareness about infertility and push for insurance coverage of infertility treatments.
In January 2017, Samantha fulfilled a lifelong dream of owning her own clothing store with the launch of Murph Boutique. The boutique is an online storefront – allowing Samantha to be involved in the day-to-day operations while she travels. Supporting her personal mission to empower women, the boutique offers a collection of styles, sizes and price points for ever woman, so that she may look and feel her very best and most confident self every single day of her life. For more information go to: Follow along with Samantha: Instagram: @SamanthaBusch