Medicare Part D -- The New Prescription Drug Benefit: Proceed with Caution and Consider Your Options

Fleet, Samuel H.
September 2005
Employee Benefit News;9/15/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p26
Discusses the options that are available to workers under the Medicare Prescription Drug Modernization Act in 2003 of the U.S. Types of plans of Medicare Part D; Information on the enrollment dates for the Medicare Part D; Details on the plan coverage and premium.


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