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Date:9/8/2008

Senior-friendly 'PlanPrescriber' Software Simplifies Medicare - For Free

MAYNARD, Mass., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Experion Systems today announced the latest release of their PlanPrescriber tool. Medicare has been demystified! Seniors no longer need to worry about whether they are getting the most out of their Medicare insurance options. PlanPrescriber, the brainchild of MIT Professor Glen Urban, provides users with easy and unbiased advice to help seniors quickly find their best Medicare insurance plan. The free online tool can save seniors hundreds to thousands of dollars annually.

Seniors shopping for Medicare insurance are faced with a dizzying array of options -- different coverage areas, premiums, deductibles, provider networks, drug coverage, and cost utilization measures. PlanPrescriber makes the process of finding the lowest cost plan simple and straight forward. Seniors just get on-line ( http://www.PlanPrescriber.com ) and enter their zip code to get started. They can also specify their prescription drugs to get the total annual cost of various insurance plans, including all out of pocket expenses. If they don't have Internet access, they can call toll free to PlanPrescriber's call center at 877-900-4824.

"The rising costs of prescription drugs is a real burden for seniors on a fixed income," says Experion Systems CEO, Ross Blair. He explains, "PlanPrescriber allows seniors to switch to the optimal plan based on their individual needs. Seniors can typically save 25% to 50% of their annual prescription drug costs by joining the optimal insurance plan."

Unlike other tedious and lengthy plan finders, such as Medicare.gov, PlanPrescriber is quick and easy. Once seniors get a list of their best Medicare plan options, a toll free call to PlanPrescriber's call center connects them with knowledgeable and objective representatives to answer any questions.

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