Cheapest Part D Medicare In Ohio – Walmart Prescription For Savings!

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Medicare Part D plan can save typical enrollees an average of more than $450 in 2011, companies say

Walmart is shaking up the Medicare drug marketplace again. They shocked the competition in September of 2006 with the announcement they were making generic drugs available for $4 per prescription. This time, as the cost soars for the most popular Medicare drug plans, the discounter is joining with Humana to introduce a national Medicare drug plan with a very low monthly premium of just $14.80 plus low copays and cost-shares.

Humana Inc. on October 1, 2010 announced the innovative Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, co-branded with Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (“Walmart”), that it says “can provide significant savings on monthly plan premiums and prescription medicine copayments and cost-shares for Medicare beneficiaries, including seniors and people with disabilities.”

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