Health Insurance Changes – Live Webinar

New Health Insurance Webinar - Copay AccumulatorThere have been a number of updates and dramatic health insurance changes in the past year. Join MSAA, as we present a new webinar on one of these changes:

“What Happened to My Co-Pay Assistance? How Co-Pay Accumulators are Affecting You!”
Thursday, January 31, 2019
8:00 pm (Eastern)

Are you receiving rebates and subsidies to help pay down on your prescription medication? As a result of certain healthcare changes, this may now be in jeopardy. A recent change to health insurance coverage, known as the co-pay accumulator, may prevent you from applying prescription assistance programs toward your deductible or out-of-pocket maximum. Not all prescription drugs are affected by co-pay accumulators. However, for the prescriptions that are impacted, the costs could increase significantly.

Learn more about this issue and how you might be affected in this live, one-hour webinar. Join MSAA and the experts at Avalere, who will explain what’s behind co-pay accumulators and how they impact your out-of-pocket costs. You can also pose any questions you have to the panel of experts at the end of the webinar.

Register at: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/18do1wbyg9fm&eom

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  • Jackie jones says:

    Want to know more about copay for meds.

    • Angel Blair says:

      Thank you for reaching out, Jackie. Copay assistance is definitely a sought after topic in the MS community and we aim to provide additional resources about it. We hope you can participate in the “What Happened to My Co-Pay Assistance? How Co-Pay Accumulators are Affecting You!” webinar on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 8:00 pm EST, you can register here, https://cc.readytalk.com/registration/#/?meeting=xbhdls6a6s6r&campaign=18do1wbyg9fm. Hopefully you can find answers regarding your medication copay questions. If you cannot participate in the webinar that day, definitely check back on MSAA’s website for the archived presentation at a later date. Please feel free to email questions you might have in the meantime to MSQuestions@mymsaa.org. Thank you again for reaching out and take care. Angel, MSAA Client Services Specialist

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