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Medicare Races to Fix Flaw in New Tool that Lets Millions of Seniors find Cheap Drug Plans

Boston Globe: Medicare Races to Fix Flaw in New Tool that Let’s Millions of Seniors Find Cheap Drug Plans (September 10, 2019)

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its new Medicare Plan Finder on August 27. The Plan Finder is an important tool for 45 million Medicare beneficiaries during the annual enrollment period. Advocates are concerned that the Plan Finder makes it more difficult for users to evaluate the costs of their drugs and other services in relation to the costs of their overall plans, among other problems with the plan, and could lead to users choosing a plan that is not the best one for them. Justice in Aging is mentioned in this story as one of the four advocacy groups who sent a letter to Medicare Administrator, Seema Verna, expressing concern about the Plan Finder.

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