Medicare D patients won't lose coverage for a specific drug even if their plan's formulary changes

A new policy means Medicare D patients won't lose coverage for a specific drug even if their plan's formulary changes.

Drug plans can change formularies anytime with a 60-day notice. But most patients are locked into a plan for the rest of the year.

Now patients can keep the same coverage and copay for drugs they are currently taking...even if the formulary changes.

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