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How to Cut Health Care Costs


Retirees are finding that one of the biggest surprises in retirement is health care costs.  Attend the seminar "How to Cut Health Care Costs” presented by  Mike Moyer from the Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy and Steve Dardick from Longevity Alliance to gain important information on cutting these costs for Medicare beneficiaries.  The seminar will be presented on Tuesday, November 12th  at 6:00 PM in the Browsing Room of the New Cumberland Public Library


This seminar will offer ten tips including: selecting the right Medicare plan, reducing your out-of-pocket costs, understanding prescription drug costs and more.  With the Medicare open enrollment from October 15  to December 7, this is a perfect time to learn more about how to shop and compare to keep your health care costs under control. 


Longevity Alliance is a service that helps people find the right Medicare health plan by listening to their needs and comparing plans and prices from a choice of leading insurance companies in the area.  The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy is located at 7th and Bridge Streets in New Cumberland.  They offer traditional pharmacy services as well as free delivery, specialized packaging, and $4 generic drugs.


For further information contact the main circulation desk of the library at 774-7820.  The program is free and open to the public.


Tuesday, November 12, 2013 - 6:00pm

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