when some Medicare Part D patients fall into the dreaded "donut hole"

It's the time of year when some Medicare Part D patients fall into the dreaded "donut hole."

This coverage gap occurs when patients exceed $2500/yr in drug costs. Coverage resumes after they pay another $3000 out-of-pocket.

Here are strategies to help patients manage the donut hole.

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