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Medica Healthcare is changing its name to Preferred Care Network.

New name, same access to their broad network of hospitals, physicians and specialist!

If you have questions, please contact me at

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You’re invited to join UnitedHealthcare for a Medicare Made Clear:

Looking for a fun, no-pressure way to learn more about Medicare? Come to an upcoming event where we’ll answer your questions about Medicare and show you how you could take advantage of the benefits of a plan from UnitedHealthcare South Florida.®

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NCDOI: Be wary of Medicare scams

RALEIGH – North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey warns Medicare recipients to be on alert for scams. In the last few days, NCDOI has had reports of phone calls with the Caller ID listed as “Senior Center” but the number is unavailable.

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Does Medicare Pay For Long-Term Care? Don’t Make A Big Mistake!

Rusty had paid for a long-term care policy for many years. Then, one day, his daughter found a cancelation notice for nonpayment of premiums sitting on his desk.

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UnitedHealth Group To Sell Medicare Advantage In 100 More U.S. Counties

UnitedHealth Group said it will expand its Medicare Advantage health plan offerings to seniors in 100 new counties next year in what has become the most competitive business for health insurance giants.

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Protect yourself and your loved ones — get your free flu shot as soon as possible!

Flu season is just around the corner! Stay one step ahead of the flu by getting your flu shot. Flu viruses change quickly, and new vaccines come out each year — so it’s important to get a flu shot each year.

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How Do Your Medicare Options Factor Into Your Overall Retirement Plan?

Health care and retirement planning are two sides of the same coin, so you need to understand the Medicare basics and seek the right help to get the right coverage.

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Florida closer to getting cheaper prescription drugs from Canada — but it’s not a done deal

Gov. Ron DeSantis, acting on one of his top priorities during his first year in office, signed into law Tuesday a measure that gives the state the go-ahead to pursue approval to import prescription drugs from Canada and other countries.

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