Each year, Medicare beneficiaries are given dozens of options for drug and health coverage. Most individuals choose to just stick with what they have. This can be a costly decision. It’s important to compare your choices EVERY year and to obtain help—if needed—from an objective, reliable source. Read why in this Mar. 19 article from Senior PharmAssist published in The Herald-Sun.
Medication “consumers” and their family members are the most important players on the healthcare team. That’s why it’s critical to know your meds and to speak up if you have concerns or questions. Learn more about when and how to advocate for yourself in this article from Senior PharmAssist published on Feb. 19 in The Herald Sun.
Senior PharmAssist is grateful to work with the Partnership for a Healthy Durham, Durham’s Partnership for Seniors, End Poverty Durham, Project Access of Durham County, and many other coalitions that are trying to move the dial toward a healthier Durham. We appreciate the recent work of IBM Health Corps with the Duke Center for Community and Population Health Improvement and community partners as they helped us think about how we can work more effectively – together. Read about the good things happening in Durham – from an “outsider’s” perspective – in this post by IBM executive and Health Corps member Christine O’Sullivan.
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