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August 2017 Newsletter

Your Medicare vaccine coverage and the most important conversation you’ll ever have

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July 2017 Newsletter

3 ways to control rising Medicare costs and a healthier vanilla ice cream.

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June 2017 Newsletter

How to read your drug formulary. Save money and avoid frustrations by learning how to decipher your formulary.

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May 2017 Newsletter

2 ways to manage arthritis costs. Milk substitutes, easy skillet dish and over-the-counter hearing aids.

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April 2017 Newsletter

New law: 2 things to know if hospitalized. New law requires hospitals to tell you this.

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March 2017 Newsletter

Insulin threatens to send many patients into donut hole. Why your Part D premium does't drop when you take fewer drugs.

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February 2017 Newsletter

Medicare still denying coverage to some, 5 best states to retire in

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January 2017 Newsletter

4 things to know about the Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period; How to stress less with your first trip to pharmacy this year.

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December 2016 Newsletter

Medicare rates up as open enrollment winds down, tips for a happy retirement; chopped Greek salad with chicken.

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November 2016 Newsletter

eNewsletter: Your Medicare costs in 2017

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October 2016 Newsletter

eNewsletter: a new video message for you about Medicare open enrollment

Plus, a healthy cottage cheese salad and why you can’t deny walking anymore 

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September 2016 Newsletter

With the election just weeks away, are you clear on where the presidential candidates stand on Medicare and Social Security?

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August 2016 Newsletter

A Medicare surprise you might not want. Also, the latest Medicare news headlines and tasty fish recipe.

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July 2016 Newsletter

Are you in or out? Hospitals now must tell you your status. New law requiring notification on inpatient or observation status start in August.

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June 2016 Newsletter

3 ways to cut your Rx drug costs, caring for a sick animal; pastrami hash and eggs for dinner

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May 2016 Newsletter

3 ways to cut your Rx drug costs, caring for a sick animal; pastrami hash and eggs for dinner

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April 2016 Newsletter

Thinking of cutting pills in half or taking a prescription less frequently to save money? Not so fast. Meet Ryan, our first on-staff pharmacist, and see how he can help you.

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March 2016 Newsletter

As a high schooler, Brian Hickey watched his mother sob nightly, drained from caring for her ailing mother. Years later, he would know that same emotional burden, as he stepped into the role of caregiver to his mother, who also battled Alzheimer’s.

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February 2016 Newsletter

A Medicare health and prescription drug insurer recently got a slap on the wrist from U.S. regulators. How does this government sanction affect you? 

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January 2016 Newsletter

If you don’t coordinate the end date of your existing health care coverage with the beginning of Medicare coverage, you could end up without coverage for several months.

Read More


The years you spend in retirement can be the best years of your life.


August 2017 Newsletter

Your Medicare vaccine coverage and the most important conversation you’ll ever have

Read More


July 2017 Newsletter

3 ways to control rising Medicare costs and a healthier vanilla ice cream.

Read More


June 2017 Newsletter

How to read your drug formulary. Save money and avoid frustrations by learning how to decipher your formulary.

Read More


May 2017 Newsletter

2 ways to manage arthritis costs. Milk substitutes, easy skillet dish and over-the-counter hearing aids.

Read More


April 2017 Newsletter

New law: 2 things to know if hospitalized. New law requires hospitals to tell you this.

Read More


March 2017 Newsletter

Insulin threatens to send many patients into donut hole. Why your Part D premium does't drop when you take fewer drugs.

Read More


February 2017 Newsletter

Medicare still denying coverage to some, 5 best states to retire in

Read More


January 2017 Newsletter

4 things to know about the Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period; How to stress less with your first trip to pharmacy this year.

Read More


December 2016 Newsletter

Medicare rates up as open enrollment winds down, tips for a happy retirement; chopped Greek salad with chicken.

Read More


November 2016 Newsletter

eNewsletter: Your Medicare costs in 2017

Read More


October 2016 Newsletter

eNewsletter: a new video message for you about Medicare open enrollment

Plus, a healthy cottage cheese salad and why you can’t deny walking anymore 

Read More


September 2016 Newsletter

With the election just weeks away, are you clear on where the presidential candidates stand on Medicare and Social Security?

Read More


August 2016 Newsletter

A Medicare surprise you might not want. Also, the latest Medicare news headlines and tasty fish recipe.

Read More


July 2016 Newsletter

Are you in or out? Hospitals now must tell you your status. New law requiring notification on inpatient or observation status start in August.

Read More


June 2016 Newsletter

3 ways to cut your Rx drug costs, caring for a sick animal; pastrami hash and eggs for dinner

Read More


May 2016 Newsletter

3 ways to cut your Rx drug costs, caring for a sick animal; pastrami hash and eggs for dinner

Read More


April 2016 Newsletter

Thinking of cutting pills in half or taking a prescription less frequently to save money? Not so fast. Meet Ryan, our first on-staff pharmacist, and see how he can help you.

Read More


March 2016 Newsletter

As a high schooler, Brian Hickey watched his mother sob nightly, drained from caring for her ailing mother. Years later, he would know that same emotional burden, as he stepped into the role of caregiver to his mother, who also battled Alzheimer’s.

Read More


February 2016 Newsletter

A Medicare health and prescription drug insurer recently got a slap on the wrist from U.S. regulators. How does this government sanction affect you? 

Read More


January 2016 Newsletter

If you don’t coordinate the end date of your existing health care coverage with the beginning of Medicare coverage, you could end up without coverage for several months.

Read More