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Doughnut Hole Calculator is a great effort and important yet more than a little confusing.
The links at the bottom of the title (top) page blend in with the black taxt. Color?
The "search" button under the zip code needs to be bigger and brighter - it also gets hidden by the list of suggested zips.
It is not clear a list of medicines has appeared offscreen, below, when it happens.
How does one get a letter to a doctor after one has determined there is a generic, yet not generated the doctor letter at that time, like when I go back a page and went on the finsh searing the entire list of medicines for generics? Why does not it generate a single doctor's letter covereing one's entire list of medicines at once- one letter?
A very fine and important effort, it just needs some impovement. I suggest watching an 88 year try to use it - you will learn alot!! I did!
This calculator is, unfortunately, inadequate as it does not include enough medications in the various available doses so a reasonably accurate estimate is not possible. Also, there is nothing sweet about THE GAP or for that matter the coverage provided by the various and extremely numerous Part D plans. I for one refuse to call this a doughnut hole when it simply a very large hole in a very small help so-called plan. Aarp is just a little too closely allied with the insurance industry and I am suspicious of their campaigning on our behalf. Unfortunately(again) they are the only organized "show in town."