Saturday, April 19, 2014

Costs & Insurance

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The costs of medications and glucose testing supplies are expensive without health insurance. Many assistance programs give discounted medication to low-income diabetics. The following list provides wallet-friendly resources for diabetes treatment.

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Many of us older folks who take prescription drugs are enrolled in a Medicare Part D plan, either as part of an Advantage plan or as a stand-alone. Doing so results in a slighly lower overall cost, although not a spectacular one.   When these plans were first implemented, the designers came up with the so-called doughnut hole, meaning that…

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Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, answered I PAY $104 A MONTH FOR LANTUS WITH… Hi Rosie,   There are assistance programs you should check into.…

01/27/11

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Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, answered I am unemployed and have no insurance.… Yes indeed!!  Please share!!  I'll look for it and post on…

01/17/11

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Amylia Grace Yeaman, Health Guide, posted The Rising Cost of Diabetes in America Last week I shared my feelings on the way the American media covers…

10/28/10

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Dr.Atul Gawande: Most Influential… "Only" 13,600 possibilities. I wish this system didn't hide the post when you…

04/24/10

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