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By FRANK BAILEY
AARP Director of Health
A quarter-million Floridians age 65-plus will bite into Medicare’s “Doughnut Hole” in 2011.
It’s not a treat. The “Doughnut Hole” is another name for the coverage gap in Medicare’s Part D prescription drug benefit. Medicare, the federal health insurance program for people 65 and older and for some younger persons with disabilities, offers coverage to help people pay for their prescription drugs.
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