Mail order and online prescription drug services have become a popular way to fill and receive prescriptions in recent years, and for several reasons. One of the advantages of online pharmacies is convenience.
For most people who are on Medicare, it is very likely that they have heard the phrase Annual Enrollment Period, or it’s abbreviation AEP. Many Medicare beneficiaries may wonder what this Annual Enrollment Period means for them and their current coverage. Medicare coverage year AEP runs from October 15 to December 7 every year. This will be the only opportunity a beneficiary has to review, renew and/or change their current Medicare plans for the upcoming year, unless they fall under an SEP (Special Election Period) which is only available when significant life events occur. In order to be fully prepared for AEP it is important to do some homework first.
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If you have ever been to a pharmacy to drop off a prescription it is very likely that you have been asked if you would like the generic version of the medication filled instead of the brand name. Most of us know that by choosing the generic version we are getting a cost savings, but have you ever wondered what the other similarities and differences are between brand name and generic? I was curious myself and decided to read up and share some information on this topic.
Article courtesy of The Medicare Blog.
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