Part D Coverage Gap
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Part D Coverage Gap

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May 7, 2014

The Coverage Gap is the period in your clients' Medicare Part D benefit in which they used to have to pay the full negotiated price of their drugs, and still generally have to pay a higher percentage of their drug costs than in the Initial Coverage Period or in the Catastrophic Coverage portions of the Part D benefit.

Learn more about the recent changes in the Coverage Gap including the discounts and plan payments in this fact sheet.

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