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Premium Increases are Predicted for Medicare Part D Prescription Coverage

Posted on October 25, 2012 at 4:11 PM
According to a recent article by Weiss Ratings, seven out of the ten most popular Medicare Part D Prescription plans are predicted to increase by double digits next year.
 
  • Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan (23 percent)
  • First Health Part D Premier (18 percent)
  • First Health Part D Value Plus (17 percent)
  • Cigna Medicare Rx Plan One (15 percent)
  • Express Scripts Medicare-Value (13 percent)
  • HealthSpring Prescription Drug Plan (12 percent)
  • Humana Enhanced (11 percent)
 
Three of the ten most popular plans Silver Script (8 percent), WellCare Classic (3 percent) and AARP Medicare RX Preferred are predicted to increase less drastically.  AARP's plan is only expected to increase the least - only $0.57 per month on average.  What does this mean to you? It's no secret that it is difficult for seniors to wade through the enormous amounts of health care information they receive in regards to Medicare and Medicare Supplements.  It is important to make sure all options are carefully considered.  Whether you or one of your loved ones is trying to decide what option is best - call us!  Judi L. Woods agency is an insurance brokerage firm which means we offer many plans throughout the state of Florida, and we can help you make an informed decision! 
 
Remember, Medicare Open Enrollment is from October 15, 2012 until December 7, 2012, so if you are looking for a change in coverage give us a call - we can help! To read the rest of Weiss Ratings article click here.
 

Categories: Healthcare, insurance, Medicare, Prescriptions

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