I saw your Facebook post regarding a foundation that is supposedly going to provide several diabetes medications for free. Can you confirm and explain the program and details?
In this Podcast Aaron Zolbrod discusses choices in medical and prescription plans for retiring school teachers.
Programs such as HOP, Health Options Program are are talked over along with many more options laid out by a professional. If you or someone you know is a retiring school teacher looking for information on Medicare, you are not going to want to miss this podcast.
We have made a very significant discovery that will help tens of thousands of people on Medicare who are currently taking some of the most common and expensive brand name Diabetes medications on the market.
Do you consult with couples in their early 60s doing financial retirement planning for health care costs until we reach Medicare at 65? I want to budget those costs for the next few years and get an idea of what we can expect to pay for Medicare and a Supplement or Advantage Plan as well.
Listen to Aaron go further into the discussion of TRICARE for Life as a supplement and learn about fitness and health opportunities covered by Medicare.
I’m a retired teacher, turning 65 soon and eligible for the Health Options Program, aka HOP. There are several choices in medical and prescription plans. I don’t understand all the differences or what plan or plans are the best options, including dental. Can you advise us retired school employees?