Sep 25, 2020
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About this Deal
President Donald Trump said during a speech on Thursday that his administration will send $200 cards to offset drug costs to 33 million Medicare beneficiaries.
One expert said that’s how many enrollees get no extra help from the Medicare program to pay their prescription drug costs — i.e., middle-income and higher-income recipients.
Roughly 62.7 million individuals — the majority of whom are age 65 or older — are on Medicare.
About 45 million have Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage either through a standalone plan or as paYou may have heard that Medicare beneficiaries will soon get $200 to help pay for prescription drugs.
You may want to temper your expectations.