Prescription Medications


graphic from the Kaiser Family Foundation, which has more on health reform here:

Discounts to seniors on prescription medications.  This will help fill the so-called “doughnut hole,” the cost gap between what Medicare Part D covers and beneficiaries must pay out of pocket.  If you have Medicare Part D, you don’t need to do anything new to get these discounts—just review your Explanation of Benefits Notices and keep track of your drug plan.