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Medicare Part D recipients plan to stay with coverage

Seventy-three percent of people in Medicare Advantage prescription drug plans want to stick with their current coverage package in 2007, according to a Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive poll. "The poll of 2,766 adults, which included 177 seniors enrolled in a Medicare Part D drug-benefit plan, indicates the drug benefit has been highly successful with seniors in its first year," reports the Wall Street Journal.

"Seniors will be able to switch Medicare drug plans beginning at the start of the new year; how likely is it that you will switch plans?

Source: Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive

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