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Allsup's New Medicare Advisor Program Helps People with Disabilities Make Sound Healthcare Coverage Decisions
Date:9/10/2008

New personalized service educates clients about Medicare; identifies best options and guides people through the process start to finish

Belleville, Ill. (Vocus) September 10, 2008 -- http://www.allsup.com/ [Allsup] today announced it is expanding the services it offers to individuals with disabilities with the introduction of http://www.allsup.com/Medicare-Advisor.aspx [Allsup Medicare Advisor]SM. The new service provides objective, unbiased and personal Medicare selection assistance.

http://www.allsup.com/Allsup-Representation/Who-We-Are.aspx [Allsup] offers services that support the financial well-being and healthcare needs of people with disabilities, including representing tens of thousands of people in the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) process each year since 1984.

"There are dozens of Medicare plan options, but all are not created equally," said http://www.allsup.com/About-Us/News-Room/Resources-for-Journalists/Allsup-Experts/Paul-Gada.aspx [Paul Gada], personal financial planning director for Allsup's Disability Life Planning Center. "There are particular challenges for individuals with disabilities when selecting the optimal plan to meet their specific needs. They can spend hours on their own poring through information on the different plans and still make a less-than-desired choice simply because they don't understand the complexities of the Medicare program or how their disability could impact their choice."

Allsup Medicare Advisor significantly cuts an individual's time and effort through
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