Most plans will see a small increase 

The new 2016 Prescription Drug Plans will cost more than they did this year.

There are a few signs of rising costs, from U.S. News and World Report:

Switching to a different plan will help beneficiaries save money, but The Kaiser Family Foundation says that overall, this could be the biggest increase since 2009.

In Virginia, the average monthly premium for 2016 Prescription Drug Plans will increase 19%, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.


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