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Kaiser Family: Part D...On Average Will Pay 10 Percent More In Premiums

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Default Kaiser Family: Part D...On Average Will Pay 10 Percent More In Premiums

It is that time of the year again here in the good old USA. Time to begin reviewing what is available and where it is available.

Analysis Finds Medicare Part D Enrollees Will Have Dozens of Plan Options in 2011, But On Average Will Pay 10 Percent More In Premiums If They Stay With Their Current Plan

October 4, 2010

State by State Part D plans

Data Spotlight (.pdf)

Information provided by the Medicare Policy Project

Resources on the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit

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