New Medicare drug problems expected, but most seniors stay put

12/4/2006 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The · NYTimes.com

Medicare beneficiaries who recently joined or changed plans are expected to encounter problems similar to those faced this year by enrollees in the initial phase of the drug plan. But a poll shows most seniors elected to keep their current drug plan coverage, even though in recent weeks they had an opportunity to switch plans.

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