Medi-Wise Pharmacy in Newcomerstown is hosting a mammovan for free mammograms and free pap tests on Friday, April 13 and Friday, April 27 for women ages 40-64 who do not have insurance or are underinsured. Women who have health insurance including women with Medicare may also schedule to receive a mammogram and have their health . . . → Read More: Free Mammograms and Pap Tests in Ohio in April
We’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about what’s going to happen to the Affordable Care Act (or “Obamacare”): Is the Supreme Court going to strike it down? What is the debate doing to Obama’s chances of being re-elected? And what’s going to happen to my health insurance?
Well, the honest answer is: We . . . → Read More: Obamacare: Will the Medicare Part D “Donut Hole” Make a Comeback?
Another Medicare reminder. If you’re over 65 and haven’t signed up for Medicare Part B, enrollment season is almost over. If haven’t already decided about whether you need to enroll, your time is almost up!
Don’t forget! Medicare Part A only covers hospital insurance. If you want medical insurance, you will need to sign up . . . → Read More: Reminder: Medicare Part B Enrollment Ends Tomorrow!
At more $2,000 a pop, it’s probably no surprise that we get lots of questions about trying to find cheaper, more affordable sources for Cimzia. If you are suffering from rheumatoid arthritis or Crohn’s disease, Cimzia is one of the most commonly-prescribed treatments, but unfortunately, it’s also one of the most pricey.
And unfortunately, if . . . → Read More: Finding Cheaper, More Affordable Cimzia…. Somewhere
AstraZeneca’s may have tried everything to block generic Seroquel from hitting the market, but it’s over now. Both Mylan Inc. and Teva Pharmaceuticals have started selling generic versions of blockbuster anti-psychotic Seroquel in the U.S.
Monday a federal judge in Washington D.C. dismissed AstraZeneca’s last gasp bid to extend its exclusive rights to Seroquel, . . . → Read More: Yes, It’s Official… Generic Seroquel Is Now Available!
A sick child may be every parent’s nightmare, but for some parents, another nightmare starts when the hospital bill arrives. Certainly that was the case for Ella Moser’s family when their pediatrician recommended that her parents take her to the emergency room for an unexplained stomach ache “just in case.”
Total damage for the tummy . . . → Read More: Could a Stomach Ache Cost $5,000? Yes, It Could…
Another Medicare reminder. If you’re over 65 and haven’t signed up for Medicare Part B, it’s enrollment season again and time to think about whether you need to enroll.
Don’t forget! Medicare Part A only covers hospital insurance. If you want medical insurance, you will need to sign up for Medicare Part B, and you . . . → Read More: Reminder: Medicare Part B Enrollment Ends This Week!
This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act or “Obamacare,” but it looks like more passionate arguments about how the controversial healthcare reform is affecting businesses are taking place among small business owners on Main Street from coast to coast:
Mike Roach, the owner of Paloma Clothing . . . → Read More: Is Obamacare Good for Small Businesses? You Make the Call…
AstraZeneca’s may have tried everything to block generic Seroquel from hitting the market, but it looks like it may have finally lost the fight. A federal judge in Washington D.C. has dismissed AstraZeneca’s latest bid to extend its exclusive rights to Seroquel, one of its biggest moneymakers. AstraZeneca’s had filed for an injunctions against the . . . → Read More: AstraZeneca Loses Bid to Block Generic Seroquel, Generic Seroquel to Hit Market
As we wind down tax season and start writing those checks to Uncle Sam, we know that more than few folks are trying to figure out how much they more they could be owing Uncle Sam in the future if the Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act (or “Obamacare”). While no one knows what . . . → Read More: Obamacare: How Much Could I Owe If I’m Uninsured?