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Desk Guide to Medicare Part D -
Q & A
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Help for Dual Eligibles Who Do Not
Get Auto-Enrolled in a Part D Plan

Word Doc
 

Medicare Part D: Choosing a
Drug Plan When You Don’t Get
Extra Help
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Medicare Part D Excluded Drugs:
Covered By Healthcare and Family Services

Word Doc
 

MMA – Implications for Health Plans,
Individuals and Employers
 PDF
 


Consumer’s Guide to Medicare Part D:
Choosing a Drug Plan When You Have
Extra Help 
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Consumers Guide to Medicare Part D –
Enrolling in a Prescription Drug Plan
available in two formats:
Word Doc or PDF

 

Providers' Guide to Medicare Part D
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Chart of Illinois Public Benefits by Income
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Medicare Part D Case Examples PDF
 

Medicare Part D Extra Help -
Case Examples
PDF
 

Medicare's Prescription Drug Benefit:
Part D
 
Updated 2-07 PPT 
 

Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage -
General Information
Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage –
Help to Pay for the New Plans

Updated 2-07 Word Doc
 

Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage – Important Messages for 2005 PDF
 

Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage,
Providers' Phone Script for Use with
Consumers
Word Doc
 

What BPAOs & PABSS Need to Know About
Extra Help
PDF
 

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