Medical Reimbursement Resource, LLC (MRR) Advise New Drug Plan Effective January 1, 2009

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Leading Houston Medical Claims Assistance Company, MRR, Helps Seniors Choose the right Medicare Part D Drug Plan Before Deadline

The patient advocates at Medical Reimbursement Resource, LLC (MRR), a Houston-based medical claims assistance firm, are reaching out to seniors in the community to assist in selecting the best Medicare Part D drug plan before approaching deadline.

Between November 15 and December 31, 2008 seniors may enroll in a new drug plan that will become effective January 1, 2009.

"The selection process is very confusing and overwhelming without the help of a patient advocate. In Texas, as in many states, there are 48 plans and it is impossible to contact all plans to see which one fits an individual's needs best," stated Jane P. Lehto, founder of MRR.

"That's where we come in. MRR claims assistance professional's work with seniors all over the country, helping to find the plan that is best suited for each individual. With our help, the search, selection and enrollment process is simplified - saving time and resulting in the best plan for the patient," added Lehto.

Lehto went on to say that since drug plans change from year to year as well as the beneficiary's drugs, it is essential to review next year's plans to determine which best meets one's needs today - and to enroll within the period of time specified.

For over 16 years, MRR has served as a patient advocacy service assisting clients by maximizing the benefits of their health insurance coverage and offering effective management of the medical claims process.

In addition to helping patients choose the best insurance plan, MRR also assists in the negotiation or appeal of denied medical claims. They also guard patients against aggressive collection of unpaid medical bills - negotiating with providers and resolving eligibility issues related to medical services.

To learn more about the Medicare Part D drug plan or to see how a patient advocate can help, log onto or call 713-526-0955 today.


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