Medicare-PartD.com Highlights Changes in 2009 Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans
Medicare Part D prescription drug plans are changing again in 2009 and Medicare-PartD.com () released their online PDP-Compare tool to help Medicare beneficiaries quickly see how their current 2008 Medicare Part D plan changes in 2009. With PDP-Compare, Medicare beneficiaries can compare changes in prescription drug plan costs and features such as monthly premiums, donut hole coverage, co-payments, and deductibles. Advocates can also use PDP-Compare to quickly see whether a Medicare beneficiary's 2008 Part D plan still qualifies for the 2009 state-specific Low Income Subsidy $0 premium.
Where to go and What to do in Valencia
Valencia is not only beautiful during the daytime; it is vibrant at night under the Mediterranean sky Apart form the many Fiestas that are held in Valencia every year, there is an abundance of nighttime activities for both locals and tourists
Q1Medicare.com Reminds Medicare Beneficiaries that the 2010 Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period Ends March 31
The annual Medicare Advantage plan Open Enrollment Period closes on March 31 and after this date millions of Medicare beneficiaries will not be able to change their Medicare plan coverage until 2011. However, Medicare beneficiaries still have a limited time to add, change, or even drop a Medicare Advantage plan. Medicare Advantage plans are available in several different forms and are offered by private companies. Many Medicare Advantage plans include prescription drug coverage and provide members with an affordable healthcare alternative. Medicare Advantage plans are available on a county-by-county basis and Q1Medicare.com (_ ...
How Directory Assistants Helped A Senior Living Community Save On Yellow Pages Advertising
Yellow Pages advertising is often seen as a necessary evil for businesses, a costly necessary evil. One senior living community was able to save nearly $1,500 a month on Yellow Pages advertising by hiring specialized consultants called directory assistants. The senior living community found these phone directory consultants in the midst of an internal mess.