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Part D Trends In 2009: Higher Premiums, Reduced Gap Coverage

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Premium increases among all stand-alone Medicare Part D plans will average 24 percent in 2009, led by price hikes of 60 percent or more by Humana, according to an analysis of CMS data by Avalere Health

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