The New Year marks the second of the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, and with it, supermarket pharmacies are hoping to better serve beneficiaries. Most of the glitches in the enrollment system, such as 2006's overworked enrollee database, have been smoothed out, and both pharmacists and customers are more familiar with the plan. “Last year the system wasn't working right, people weren't listed under their plans and Medicare couldn't enter them in fast enough,” said John Fegan, ...
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