Medicare Part D Confusion

It’s been three months since senior citizens and the disabled could begin signing-up for the Federal Government’s newest Medicare prescription-drug benefit plans. Medicare Part D was established to help improve access to health care for the country’s most vulnerable citizens. But critics say there are seniors – and even many pharmacists – around the country who are having trouble maneuvering the drug sign-up process. For the elderly who are also poor, Medicare Part D could be a god-send – if only they were enrolled. Leoneda Inge reports:

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