Smart Insurance Company Urges Beneficiaries to Sign Up for Prescription Drug Plans Now

Annual Open Enrollment Deadline is December 7

CLEVELAND, Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chief Executive Officer Pritpal Virdee, Smart Insurance Company, which offers the prescription drug plan, SmartD Rx, is urging beneficiaries to make sure they sign up for a Part D plan before the Annual Enrollment Period ends on December 7th.  "There's only three days left to sign up for the Part D plan," says Virdee. "We encourage beneficiaries to choose a Prescription Drug Plan using the Medicare Plan Finder at www.medicare.gov or by meeting with a licensed plan representative in the pharmacy to find a plan option that best suits their needs."

Virdee goes on to say, "We want to make sure everyone has the coverage they need heading into the new year – coverage that offers the best mix of benefits and costs to meet beneficiaries' budgets."

Smart Insurance Company was formed to find innovative solutions that allow seniors and their caregivers to better understand and take advantage of the prescription drug coverage options available in today's health care marketplace. SmartD Rx (www.smartdrx.com) is offered in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

About Smart Insurance Company
Cleveland, OH-based Smart Insurance Company and its subsidiaries specialize in providing innovative insurance products to the senior marketplace. Smart Insurance Company's new Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, SmartD Rx, is a Federally qualified Medicare contracting Prescription Drug Plan, available to consumers for the first time during this fall for Medicare's Annual Election open enrollment period from October 15, 2012 through December 7, 2012. SmartD Rx (www.smartdrx.com) is available through a Preferred Network of more than 20,000 trusted RxAlly community pharmacies including Walgreens, regional chains and independent pharmacies across the United States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

SOURCE Smart Insurance Company

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