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Posted on 5. November 2020

ATTENTION PATIENTS!

For patients receiving IVIG in their home because of the Medicare IVIG Demonstration project, this demo is scheduled to conclude on Dec. 31, 2020. However, H.R. 7839 has been introduced to extend the Medicare IVIG Demonstration project through Dec. 31, 2022. [More]
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Posted on 24. September 2020

Seniors: Get Your Flu Shot This Fall – It’s Important!

Seem Verma, Administrator for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, explains why it is more important than ever for seniors to get the flu vaccine. [More]
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Posted on 3. September 2020

Join Ig National Society’s Patient 360 Conference in October!

Luba Sobolevsky, executive director for the Ig National Society (IgNS), invites patients to attend the IgNS Patient 360 Conference on Saturday, Oct. 23, through Sunday, Oct. 24, 2020. Registration is free for patients, their family members and caregivers. [More]
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Posted on 4. June 2020

Got Medicare? Get a No-Cost Test for COVID-19

Seema Verma, a Medicare regional administrator, explains how Medicare recipients can get tested for COVID-19 at no cost. [More]
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Posted on 21. May 2020

#ItsMyTurn Challenge: Partner with IgNS

Rachel Colletta, director of educational resources at the Immunoglobulin National Society (IgNS) explains how essential plasma donation is during COVID-19 [More]
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Posted on 2. April 2020

The Language of COVID-19

COVID-19, virus, social distancing, sheltering in place, flattening the curve, infection, healthcare system [More]
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Posted on 26. March 2020

Medicare and Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

Seema Verma, a Medicare regional administrator, explains what individuals need to know about Medicare and the Coronavirus. [More]
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Posted on 19. April 2018

Are Your Prescriptions Cheaper Without Insurance?

It is sometimes cheaper to pay cash for a prescription, but consumers are not being told. [More]
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