Rx provides help with Part D enrollment

November 2011
Chain Drug Review;11/7/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 19, p1
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The article reports that pharmacists and drug pharmacies in New York are helping Medicare Part D beneficiaries for their coverage options, wherein Papatya Tankut of CVS Caremark Corp., says that the proper selection of a medicare plan can help senior citizens save money and achieve healthier outcomes.


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