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Two Months Left In the Year…. Have You Hit Your Health Insurance Deductible?

You may stressing over Open Enrollment, but don’t forget … there are only two months left in the year.  Have you taken a final look at your health insurance and particularly your health insurance deductible lately?  If you’ve been using your health insurance throughout the year and have hit your health insurance deductible, now is the perfect . . . → Read More: Two Months Left In the Year…. Have You Hit Your Health Insurance Deductible?

Medicare Open Enrollment: Medicare Part B Premiums Will Go Up Next Year

We can’t call it good Medicare news and bad Medicare news… more like, it’s just not the terrible Medicare news we were expecting, but Medicare Part B premiums for most seniors will be going up $3.50 a month next year.  That translates into a Medicare Part B premium of $99.90 a month in 2012, up . . . → Read More: Medicare Open Enrollment: Medicare Part B Premiums Will Go Up Next Year

Generic Lipitor Is Due Out Next Month, But Will Prices Come Down Anytime Soon?

We know…Lipitor was supposed to go generic in 2008, then it was supposed to go generic in March 2010, then late 2010, and now a generic version of Lipitor is supposed to come out next month. We wouldn’t blame you if you felt like the whole question of a generic version of Lipitor was just . . . → Read More: Generic Lipitor Is Due Out Next Month, But Will Prices Come Down Anytime Soon?

Medicare Open Enrollment: Have You Considered a Medicare Supplemental (Medigap) Plan?

We’re two weeks into Medicare Open Enrollment season, and while things seem to be as confusing as ever, we’re going to throw one more element into the mix? If you are on traditional Medicare or are considering returning to it, have you thought about buying a Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap) Policy?

If you haven’t thought . . . → Read More: Medicare Open Enrollment: Have You Considered a Medicare Supplemental (Medigap) Plan?

Open Enrollment Season: 5 Details in Your Health Insurance Which Can Screw You

Most Americans renew with the same employer-based health insurance plan year after year, but if you’re not checking the fine print before you sign-up for your health insurance plan this year, you could be whomped by a ton of new charges and exclusions that you’re not aware of.  Employers squeezed by the economic downturn are turning . . . → Read More: Open Enrollment Season: 5 Details in Your Health Insurance Which Can Screw You

Free Mammograms in Indianapolis on November 15th… Register Now!

The Little Red Door Cancer Agency and the St. Vincent Mobile Mammogram Program are offering free mammograms in Indianapolis on November 15th.

The free mammograms will be administered on October 21st at the Little Red Door Cancer Agency, 1801 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

If you are interested . . . → Read More: Free Mammograms in Indianapolis on November 15th… Register Now!

Medicare Open Enrollment: Are You Considering a Medigap Plan?

We’re two weeks into Medicare Open Enrollment season, and while things seem to be as confusing as ever, we’re going to throw one more element into the mix? If you are on traditional Medicare or are considering returning to it, have you thought about buying a Medicare Supplemental Insurance (Medigap) Policy?

If you haven’t thought about . . . → Read More: Medicare Open Enrollment: Are You Considering a Medigap Plan?

Generic Drug News: FDA Approves First Generic Version of Zyprexa For Schizophrenia and Bipolar

HUGE generic drug approval bulletin today. If you have a family member or other loved who suffers from schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generic versions of the very popular Zyprexa (olanzapine) and Zyprexa Zydis which treat schizophrenia and bipolar.

According to the the National Institute for . . . → Read More: Generic Drug News: FDA Approves First Generic Version of Zyprexa For Schizophrenia and Bipolar

Link of the Day: HospitalCompare.HHS.Gov

We’ve always suggested that folks shop around for their medical care. As more and more of us lose our health insurance, become underinsured or turn to more affordable high-deductible health insurance, those out-of-pocket medical expenses are growing at an alarming rate and eating an ever-increasing part of our shrinking incomes. So whether it’s working with . . . → Read More: Link of the Day: HospitalCompare.HHS.Gov

Medicare Open Enrollment: Rite Aid Offering Low-Cost Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan

Yup, Medicare Open Enrollment season is already here, and chances are, your current Medicare Part D plan and/or your prescription drug coverage options are changed, so if you haven’t started taking a look at your choices already, now is a good time to start.

Remember, you likely have dozens of choices for your Medicare Part . . . → Read More: Medicare Open Enrollment: Rite Aid Offering Low-Cost Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan