not really ..on another board, someone posted a 'horror' story about Medicare-D costing lots more next year -- CHECK your plan!so i went to medicare.gov ...X hrs of typing in info (all my meds), comparing fifty-one(!) plans ..don't know how accurate is the web-stie, but it IS very detailed ... and they can't really predict since your meds might change or prices might change, BUTafter all that -- i can stick with current plan.. or i can switch plans, same Insurer, and switch pharmacies and save an est. $8.00.or i can switch plans and Insurer and pay an extra $40-190.=j..... how does an OLD person, in failing health, with no computer handle this? />:
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