Archived Insight | June 23, 2017
The Medicare Part D standard defined benefit and Retiree Drug Subsidy (RDS) amounts for 2018 will be slightly higher than the 2017 amounts.
We feature charts comparing the 2018 numbers to the 2017 numbers and review changes to the Part D benefit, which were made by the ACA, illustrating the impact of those changes on the 2018 benefit.
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