medications

The pharmacy area of a Walgreens store is pictured in Louisville, Kentucky.

Senior citizens who try to fill prescriptions have them rejected at the pharmacy counter millions of times each year because their doctors either don’t, or are unable to, check whether a patient’s Medicare plan covers a particular drug.

That’s the upshot of a new report from a federal watchdog that examines the difficulty Medicare beneficiaries face in getting medications.

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