“Rules change every year,” said Jon Jensen, General Manager of America’s Pharmacy. "We’ve reviewed these government Medicaid sites for you and updated our consolidated data and links for 2021."
NORWALK, Conn. (PRWEB) December 04, 2020
America’s Pharmacy (https://www.americaspharmacy.com) has just published an updated 2021 eBook full of information designed to assist people who have lost their health benefits (and often their jobs) due to COVID-19 understand their options to finding inexpensive health coverage.
The free eBook “COVID-19, Medicaid, Health Insurance, and You. New Rules Survival Guide 2021” covers such topics as:
- What’s new for Medicaid in 2021?
- What about COVID-19?
- Who is eligible for Medicaid?
- How do you apply for Medicaid?
- Do you need to lose your job to be eligible for Medicaid?
- Where do you get a Medicaid application?
- What are the cheapest forms of health insurance?
- What is CHIP?
- Is it too late in my state to sign up for the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare)?
“Rules change every year,” said Jon Jensen, General Manager of America’s Pharmacy. “And with the on-going effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, government sites can be trickier to navigate than ever. We’ve reviewed these government Medicaid sites for you and updated our consolidated data and links for 2021."
“This free new-for-2021 eBook includes information data on kinds of insurance that no everyone knows about, such as short term medical, and Affordable Care Act options available through state marketplaces,” Mr. Jensen continued. “In this uncertain time, people deserve whatever help they can get making sense of our government and private health care systems."
To get the eBook, simply go to https://www.americaspharmacy.com/Plan2021. The eBook is free and does not require registration.
About America’s Pharmacy
America’s Pharmacy is a free prescription discount program created to help United States residents save money at more than 62,000 pharmacies nationwide. Consumers can save up to 80% instantly, with no limitations, registrations, and no member fees. Patients can check prices at most pharmacies in any zip code with a single click.
Our Lowest Prices on Prescription Medications
Consumers looking to save on their medication can go to https://www.AmericasPharmacy.com/card to download a free pharmacy discount card. The card is honored at more than 62,000 pharmacies nationwide, including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Rite Aid, Target, and Kroger stores (just to name a few). The free America's Pharmacy app is available for iOS and Android at https://www.AmericasPharmacy.com/download.