MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- HealthPocket® released its examination
HealthPocket's comparison of monthly premiums for Part D drug plans found that the national average premium in 2018 of $52.36 is slightly less expensive than the average premium of $53.22 in 2017. The average deductible in 2018 is $243.55, which is 7 percent more expensive than 2017's average deductible of $227.43.
HealthPocket also examined the premium and drug deductible averages in each state. Among the findings were:
The full national and state-by-state findings as well as the report methodology can be reviewed at "2018 Brings Good News for Medicare Part D & Medicare Advantage Enrollees."
HealthPocket.com is a free website that compares and ranks all health insurance plans, helping individuals, families, and small businesses to make their best health plan decisions. HealthPocket publishes health insurance market analyses and other consumer advocacy research. HealthPocket's research is nonpartisan and uses only objective data from government, non-profit, and private sources that carry no conditions that might restrict the site from serving as an unbiased resource. HealthPocket, Inc. is independently managed and based in Mountain View, California. Learn more at www.HealthPocket.com.
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