Donut Hole Getting Smaller?

This article was brought to my attention and I wanted to pass it along. For americans on Medicare the Donut Hole is an issue that requires attention. Donut Hole refers to the “hole” in coverage for the Medicare prescription coverage that the beneficary is responsible for. “It starts after an individual beneficiary and his or her drug plan have spent a total of $2,840 on medications for the year. Seniors are then on their own for the next $3,600.” There are going to be changes to Medicare and Healthcare and we are committed to helping educate our cleints to stay ahead of them. Check out the article to read all about it. Medicare’s drug coverage gap shrinks

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