Medicare Part D Enrollment Wrapping Up
Current Medicare patients can keep their old plan or change to a new one. However, Padgett says even patients who decide to stick with their old plan should review the details. He says patients who don't double check the details could experience "premium creeping," which is a slight increase in plan costs from year to year. Some plans may also drop drug coverage for some of the medications the patient needs. Patients can plug their medications into a plan-finder at www.Medicare.gov, and that will show them which plans would work best.
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