What you’ll pay for insulin with Senior Savings

Medicare recipients in participating plans under the Part D Senior Savings Model, will pay no more than $35 copay for a month’s supply of insulin.  In 2017, people with Medicare Part D paid $984 million out-of-pocket for insulin products according to an analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation.  The attached article outlines what diabetes patients need to know to make the most of their Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage. Read article here…

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