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Prescription drugs

By Steve Duffy - May 4, 2020

The high cost of prescription drugs can be a concern for anyone, but Medicare recipients generally spend more money on medications than others. Medicare Part A, Part B, and...

Pharmacy Costs

By Steve Duffy - May 4, 2020

Stand-alone Prescription Drug Plans (PDPs) and Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage (MA-PDs) contract with certain retail pharmacies and mail-order...

Getting to know Medicare Part D – Prescription Drug Coverage

By Steve Duffy - November 25, 2019

Since Original Medicare Parts A and B do not include any drug coverage, it was important to provide Medicare recipients with an option for insurance that would cover...

Getting acquainted with Medicare options

By - November 25, 2019

If you approaching Medicare eligibility, you will have choices to make. Health insurance can play a pivotal role in your health and wellness, but it can have an equally...

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I wish I’d known this before I bought my plan…

Helpful things callers learn from our sales agents

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It’s important that people review their plan each year – because premiums, coverage, and drug costs can change.

Andrew Sivatjian
V.P. of Medicare Sales & Licensed Agent
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It’s always worth remembering that Medicare won’t pay for long term care, or care in a retirement community, nursing home or assisted living community.

Silvia Barrera
Sales Manager & Licensed Agent
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Some callers are surprised by how much they could save if they switched to a new plan.

Mark Laemmert
Medicare Site Leader & Licensed Agent