Soaring drug prices have grabbed headlines over the past couple of years, including the skyrocketing cost of an AIDs drug from $13.50 to $750, EpiPen’s massive hike, the spike in insulin costs, and the escalation of the costs of other lifesaving treatments. In these days of sky-high drug costs, Medicare recipients, particularly the 90% on a fixed income, are looking to get their prescription drug costs under control.
So, if you have a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, what can you do to get your costs under control? Here are some tips for “what if” situations.
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A detailed review of how Medicare’s prescription-drug benefit works.
Millions of Medicare participants currently rely on Part D to help them pay for prescription drugs. However, it can be difficult to understand all the elements associated with this program, since it operates slightly different from most other parts of Medicare. Still, it’s important for all current and future recipients to know what Part D will cover and how much it cost. Continue reading “What Does Medicare Part D Cost and Cover in 2017?” »