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By Philip Moeller
When you enter the "donut hole," prescriptions can become prohibitively expensive. But changing insurers won't help; the hole comes from Medicare, and although the Affordable Care Act will eventually do away with it, boomers are stuck with it until 2020.
Medicare's prescription drug plans change what drugs they offer and how much they charge every year, with plans differing by geographic region. But just looking at premiums, which some drug-plan guides do, is not going to tell you much about…
Upwards of 40 million people have Medicare Part D drug plans, and while reviewing your plan is less than fun, Making Sen$e's Medicare Maven, journalist Philip Moeller, explains how taking the time to review your plan during open enrollment could…
Republicans are pushing a Medicare bill tentatively agreed to by House and Senate that would add prescription drug coverage and introduce more competition from private health plans, a provision that may jeopardize its chances with Democrats.
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