Choosing the right Medicare Part D Drug Plan

In a Consumer Reports investigation, it found that drug costs can vary substantially, even at the same pharmacy and it happens all too often. They investigated what Medicare beneficiaries might pay in 2019 for their prescription drugs in six cities by comparing three Part D plans identified by Medicare’s Plan Finder tool as having the least expensive retail drug costs. Click on attached link to read Consumer Reports investigation. Click here…

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