Tips to Save on Prescriptions

Tips to Save on Prescriptions

On November 12, 2020 I presented a webinar for Knowledgeable Aging on tips to save on prescriptions. We talked about a variety of topics on how to save on prescriptions.

  • This most important one was Medicare Part D and why your parents need to enroll and check their coverage every year during open enrollment.
  • We also talked about how your parents can get a medication reconciliation paid by Medicare if they are admitted to the hospital.
  • The other free Medicare program we talked about was medication therapy management or MTM. This is offered by your parents health insurer or Part D plan. To find out if your parents are eligible, contact their drug plan.
  • Mail order pharmacies, should I or shouldn’t I?
  • We also talked about drug discount cards and pharmacy discount clubs. What they are and how they are different than insurance.
  • Additionally, we talked about patient assistance programs. What they are, how you might qualify, and what they pay for.
  • Finally, we covered state pharmaceutical assistance programs and other Federal programs for low-income seniors.

This is a lot of information on how to save on prescriptions, but I hope you find it interesting!

This is also available on SpotifyStitcherApple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts.

Want to save on prescriptions? This picture and content piece explain to you how!

If your parents or you want to know more, we offer a number of blogs on how to save on prescriptions on the Sincerae website.

This is a complex topic.  We are here to help you with tips for saving on prescriptions. Please contact Sincerae at 1.888.697.6922 or for a free 15-minute consultation.

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