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Medicare Assistance Program can save Branch County seniors money

Medicare Assistance Program can save Branch County seniors money
Enroll in Medicare Savings Programs. • Review your Medicare supplemental ("Medigap") insurance needs compare policies and pursue claims and refunds. • Identify and report Medicare/Medicaid fraud and abuse. MMAP counselors will not advise you on …
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Medicare to Review Drug Prescriptions Strictly!
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, last Monday have declared that all healthcare providers should enroll to Medicare for ordering medications for its patients, under its new drug program referred as Part D. This move would help bar …
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Medicaid, Medicare coverage can merge
He said in an email that people who enroll in the plan “work with a care manager … who will get to know them individually and explore (their) needs and preferences for health care.” Markva said supplemental benefits “not available under traditional …
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WeChat isn’t planning to make money outside of China (yet), sees US as ‘hardest market’ to crack

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Messaging app WeChat (known as Weixin in China) hit the monetization switch last year and is already expected to rake in $ 1.1 billion in revenue this year. However, that seems to be limited to China for now, where Weixin has gone beyond engaging with brands to create ‘Official Accounts’ to form an m-commerce ecosystem which includes payments. The international market, on the other hand, has not progressed in this way — there are Official Accounts but no stirrings of an m-commerce ecosystem (think flash sales and payment mechanisms) on WeChat. Poshu Yeung, vice president of the international business group at Tencent, which owns WeChat, had…

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