Prescription Drug Card


This program is being provided to you and your family to help lower your prescription drug costs. Receive savings of up to 75% at more than 56,000 national and regional pharmacies.

 

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Monday, Mar 25 2013

What is Medicare?

Medicare is a federal health insurance program created in 1965 to help pay medical costs incurred by people over the age of 65, people with certain disabilities, and people with end-stage renal disease. Under the original Medicare plan (sometimes called fee-for-service), coverage consisted of two parts:

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What is it?

Medicare Part A is the portion of Medicare that is available premium free to all eligible individuals. Medicare Part A provides services associated with hospital, hospice, skilled nursing care, and home health care.

Monday, Mar 25 2013

What is it?

Medicare Part B is the medical insurance portion of Medicare, which covers physician services, outpatient hospital care, and many other services typically covered under health insurance plans. Part B is financed through monthly premiums paid by enrollees and by contributions from the federal government.

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Medicare Part A

What is it?

Medicare Part A is the portion of Medicare that is available premium free to

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Factors Affecting Retirement Income

When it comes to planning for your retirement income, it's easy to overlook some of the

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Hardin Insurance

Chris Hardin has over twenty-four years experience with Medicare supplement insurance and

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Approaching Medicare Eligibility?

When am I eligible for Medicare?

You are eligible for Medicare when you turn 65 years of

Health-Care Reform

Signed into law in 2010, The Affordable Care Act makes sweeping changes to our health-care system. In general, the legislation mandates that most individuals have minimum health insurance or face a possible tax. And while employers are not required to offer health insurance to their employees, those electing not to offer coverage may face a penalty. How does the health-care reform law affect you? If you have health insurance, can you keep it? If you’re a small business owner, do you have to offer insurance to your employees or face a penalty? How does the law affect seniors and Medicare? These are just some of the topics that our Health-Care Reform Resource Center explores.  Read More...

Medicare and You 2014

 

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