Category: Prescription Drugs
How to read and use this helpful drug benefit summary
Most likely you get a lot of mail from your Medicare provider(s). One document to watch for is your monthly Medicare prescription drug plan “Explanation of Benefits” (EOB). This document lists the prescriptions you fill, any adjustments that were made from a prior claim, payments made by you and your plan, and any additional payment support from programs or organizations. Think of your EOB as a helpful tool for managing your Part D prescription drug claims and costs.
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Opiods can be beneficial but be aware of the risks
Chronic pain is a common occurrence, especially if you suffer from diabetes, arthritis or another worsening health condition. While medications may be effective in treating your pain, there can be many risks, especially if you are over 65. (more…)
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Are you taking a high-risk medication? Here Is what you should know
As a pharmacist, I know the life-saving potential of every medication on the market. But even the safest and most effective medications have some effect on your body beyond just its intended purpose. (more…)
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It’s overwhelming but we can help you manage
There’s no doubt that planning for retirement is important. But, even when we do our best to predict our future, there’s still a chance that something unexpected can happen that may have a life-altering effect. (more…)
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Tips for avoiding harmful interactions and tracking your medications
More than half of American Medicare beneficiaries take 5 or more prescription drugs on a regular basis. One in 4 take between 10 and 19 pills each day. It’s no wonder that harmful drug interactions are a major worry for many seniors. Managing so many medications can take a toll on both your health and your wallet. (more…)
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Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) can save you money.
Selecting the right Medicare Part D prescription drug plan (PDP) can 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.
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