Fewer Medicare-subsidized drug plans means less choice for low-income seniors
from Kaiser Health News
Even though health problems forced Denise Scott to retire several years ago, she feels "very blessed" because her medicine is still relatively inexpensive and a subsidy for low-income Medicare beneficiaries covers the full cost of her monthly drug plan premiums. But the subsidy is not going to stretch as far next year. That's because the premium for Scott's current plan will cost more than her federal subsidy.
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