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CMS Aims To Reduce 2010 Part D Churn With New Benchmark Formula

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CMS has found a way to reduce the number of drug plan reassignments that would be needed for low-income Medicare Part D beneficiaries in 2010 by adjusting its calculation of the low-income premium benchmark

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