Medicare Part D is a federal government program designed by Medicare to help eligible citizens. The most contriversial feature of Part D is the benign-sounding donut hole. Also known as the coverage gap, it is an abrupt discontinuation of benefits that occurs when the costs (the total paid by both the member and the plan) hit the $2,700 mark. Once this threshold is crossed, the member must bear the full cost - a heavy burden indeed.
We have a discount card that can help Seniors when their Part D benefits run out.
Please share this with everyone. There are millions of people in this group that need our program.
To get your cards, go to http://snipurl.com/1yip2
You print the cards online and can print as many as you want.
These make great gifts.