Category: Prescription Home Delivery
Simple steps to lower costs and save money
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What you need to know about your coverage when you relocate
There are many things to think about when you’re moving, such as finding a new home or adjusting to a new neighborhood. Finding a new Medicare Part D plan might be overlooked. Whether you’re moving to a new state or a snowbird that migrates to a warmer climate during the colder months, it’s important to know how relocating can affect your Medicare Part D coverage.
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Managing more than one prescription drug
How many medications do you take each day? The average senior takes 6 different medications. As you take more medications, you put yourself at risk for a harmful drug interaction. (more…)
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Managing your prescriptions away from home
One of the many joys of retirement is the ability to spend colder winter months in sunnier climates. You may plan to split your time between two residences, or travel for an extended time. Look for a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) that makes it easy to manage your medications when you’re away from home. (more…)
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The Affordable Care Act and Medicare Part D
Confused about how healthcare reform will impact your Medicare coverage? You’re not alone. According to our 2013 survey, many retirees have misconceptions about reform and Medicare. These misconceptions could lead to low Medicare enrollment and poor health decisions.
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Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) will save you money.
Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) will save you money. The choices you make once you’ve enrolled in a plan can also lower your costs. There are simple shortcuts you can take that will help you save on your pharmacy costs in retirement. (more…)
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Four simple rules for choosing the right plan for you
When choosing a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP), you might assume that a low premium (the monthly amount you pay for the plan) equals a “good deal.” While it’s easy to compare premiums, there is much more to consider. To learn more about four simple rules of the road to keep in mind as you do your research, please watch this video. (more…)
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