Medicare Enrollees Beware: Your Plan Might Be Ending
Thousands are expected to lose their current Medicare Advantage or prescription drug plan coverage.
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Although final numbers will not be released until mid-October, Medicare officials say a number of current Part D prescription drug plans and Medicare Advantage plans are exiting the California market, starting in January. More than 11,700 seniors in Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties who have Medicare Advantage plans are likely to be affected, according to Nakabayashi. A number of Part D prescription drug plans also are disappearing next year. (Buck, 10/10)