Don’t “set it and forget it” where Medicare insurance is concerned

SHIIP volunteer B. J. Boyarsky counsels Elizabeth and Denis Hevey on their Medicare decisions for 2017; the Heveys were two of the 1,289 Durham residents assisted by Senior PharmAssist during Medicare's open enrollment period.

SHIIP volunteer B. J. Boyarsky counsels Elizabeth and Denis Hevey on their Medicare decisions for 2017; the Heveys were two of the 1,289 Durham residents assisted by Senior PharmAssist during Medicare’s open enrollment period.

 

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.