The news many have been waiting for. Open enrollment for uninsured New Yorkers extended through March 31.
The Whiz Corner Blog
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How do you feel when you see someone wearing a mask below their nose? Do you roll your eyes and move away? Do you dare say something to that non-mask wearing offender?
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday, Healthwhiz Solutions is teaming up with several other businesses for a special Buy Blaque Friday Virtual Pop-Up Shop. Don’t miss your chance to get some amazing holiday gifts for family members, friends, customers, or even yourself.
Now that we’re in flu season there’s a lot of media attention about getting a flu shot.
Health insurance enrollment mistakes are costly. Enrolling in the wrong plan can end up costing thousands out-of-pocket, especially when doctors are out-of-network and must-have medications are not covered. Don’t let this happen to you.
Can I get a flu shot? Butterflies in my stomach, just as if it were the first day of school before the coronavirus changed everything. As a pharmacist giving shots in a pandemic is a brand-new game…
Medicare open enrollment (also called the Annual Election Period) happens every year from October 15 until December 7. Do you know what you need? Mistakes can be costly.
Knowing what to do or who to call is not always obvious and can lead to delays in getting care and support. We want to make those decisions a little easier.
Knowing where to go or who to call for information during this Coronavirus pandemic is not always obvious.
Healthwhiz and RXVIP Concierge teaming up to educate pharmacists and future PharmD candidates across the country about advanced care planning.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus towards the end of 2019, there’ve been plenty of misinformation and false claims spreading like wildfire on social media platforms.
Does it seem all everyone wants to talk about these days is COVID-19 (aka Coronavirus Disease 2019)?